Chapter 11: Congress



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Getting Involved


If you would like to have a chance to learn more about the life of a representative or senator, you might begin by contacting your own congressional representatives. They may welcome part-time volunteer help in their offices in the home district, or they may have internships available in their Washington offices. The Internet puts tremendous resources for finding congressional internships at your fingertips; just visit <http://www.senate.gov> and find review the Senate Employment Bulletin located in the Visitors page.

Roll Call, the weekly “local” newspaper covering Congress that circulates on Capitol Hill, offers internships. These internships are unpaid and last at least three months. For further information, contact Roll Call, 201 Massachusetts Ave., NE, Washington, D.C. 20002. Find them online at <http://www.rollcall.com/>.



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