The Washington State Commission on Hispanic Affairs is an executive branch agency which serves to advise the Governor, the Legislature, and state and local agencies on issues of concern to the Latino community.
The Commission is always seeking volunteer interns for our Olympia office. If you are interested in learning more about our state’s political process, if you are passionate about Latino issues and want to help this community, and if you want to attend hearings, speak with Legislators and support our Commissioners in advocating for this community, this is the right place for you!
Interns have the following responsibilities:
The minimum age is 16. We are looking for energetic, well-informed individuals with a demonstrated interest in politics and/or Latino issues. You do not need to be Hispanic. Basic to intermediate knowledge of MSWord, Power Point, Publisher & Excel are required, Spanish language skills are a plus.
This is an ongoing internship – if your application is accepted, you can choose your own start and end dates. We would prefer that candidates be able to travel to the Olympia office for 6 – 8 hours per week. For more information about the internship see the position description below. If you’re interested in a more specialized internship, CHA is looking for a Radio/Broadcast Intern for our Spanish Radio Program. Click on the position description below and apply today!
To apply, please submit:
2. A written statement describing why you want to be an intern at the CHA office; why public service is important to you; the areas of work that most appeal to you; the skills you wish to develop; and your long-term career goals.
3. An unofficial transcript send from your college (please email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
4. A copy of your resume and three references (please email to email@example.com)