Office of Governor Charlie Baker - MA

Office of Governor Charlie Baker - Massachusetts - Constituent Services

***FINALIST APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: All applicants are required to submit a resume (one page), statement of interest (one page), and two references by the application deadline on Sunday, February 6 at 11:59pm ET. If selected as a finalist, applicants to this host organization may be required to submit the following additional materials directly to the host organization after the application deadline: 

- Letter of Recommendation, Writing Sample

LOCATION: Boston, MA

Our office is able to host an IN-PERSON intern.

TIME ZONE: ET

ABOUT US: The Governor’s Office of Constituent Services serves as the first point of contact between the public and the Governor's Office. Constituent Services responds on behalf of the Governor to telephone calls, letters and walk-ins from the people of Massachusetts and works closely with state agencies to resolve constituent issues. Constituent Services is also responsible for acknowledging individual accomplishments through the “Governor’s High Fives,” citations, issuing proclamations that increase public awareness about important historical and societal causes, and greeting letters for organizations in the state. Constituent Services interns can expect to gain a first-hand look at how state government works, and a very rewarding experience helping those in need.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND PROJECTS: The Governor’s Internship Program seeks to create a space in which engaged young people can have an empowering experience and discover what they are each capable of while contributing to something greater than themselves. As an intern in any of the Governor's Offices, you will gain insight into the various paths within public service and learn valuable skills that will prepare you for your future career, all while seizing a unique opportunity to give back to the Commonwealth.

SKILLS: Social Media Management & Marketing, Statistical & Data Analysis, Foreign Language Skills, We don't require specialized skills, however, we select candidates based on their professionalism and work ethic as well as community involvement

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The Governor’s Office of Constituent Services serves as the first point of contact between the public and the Governor's Office. Constituent Services responds on behalf of the Governor to telephone calls, letters and walk-ins from the people of Massachusetts and works closely with state agencies to resolve constituent issues. Constituent Services is also responsible for acknowledging individual accomplishments through the “Governor’s High Fives,” citations, issuing proclamations that increase public awareness about important historical and societal causes, and greeting letters for organizations in the state. Constituent Services interns can expect to gain a first-hand look at how state government works, and a very rewarding experience helping those in need.

EQUIPMENT: We will provide the intern with their own desktop computer or laptop if needed. Cell phones are not provided.

Boston, MA / Cambridge, MA