Paid Interns Sought for Political Campaign

Posted May 3, 2019

We all want to make a difference, but too many internships focus entirely on research and require students to get lost in the library. If you want to make a real difference in your community, consider an internship with a Republican political campaign.
We are looking for 25-30 people to work in support of conservative candidates in Morris County.
The hours are:
Monday-Friday 4pm-8pm
Saturday 10pm-8pm
Sunday 1pm-7pm

We are now accepting applications for work to begin April 16, 2019. Interns do not need to work every day, but we prefer that they work at least 8-10 hours a week. They will be paid every two weeks at $10 per hour.
Interns will work closely with staff and participate in weekly briefings on the campaign as well
as current developments in New Jersey politics. They will learn basic skills that allow them to
analyze issues and articulate solutions to the pressing problems of the day. This is a great way to
get in on the ground floor of what will be one of the most competitive races in the State.
Though responsibilities vary, most internships will include:
 Working with the candidates and community organizations to increase visibility and name
identification throughout Morris County by coordinating community events, candidate
appearances, phone banks and canvasses. 
 Assisting the campaign with direct voter contact.
 Volunteer recruitment, training and management.
Interns will have the opportunity to work on a campaign where they learn about public interest
issues, gain political knowledge and see how the conservative election process works. High
School and College students may qualify for credit as interns.
We are looking for people to knock on doors, canvass potential voters and make calls from
phone banks. Walkers must have a car. The dress code is a polo shirt with no writing and khaki
We are also looking for two individuals to work full-time as campaign coordinators.
Opportunities for Intern class credit are available as are Paid Positions.      
For additional information, please contact Elizabeth at (973) 303-3207.

Contact Information
  1. Elizabeth Mortimer
  2. 973-303-3207