Are you a college student who shares in Governor Patrick's commitment to public service? Are you interested in how our government works? If so, then apply for an internship in the Governor's Office.
Every semester students from colleges and universities around the Commonwealth join our office as interns. This unique, behind the scenes opportunity puts you on the front lines of the day to day operations of the Executive Office.
When I was in college I interned in the Constituent Services Office. It was a wonderful experience. It brought to life what I was learning in my classes and also taught me how the office affects the lives of my fellow Bay Staters. It was a highlight of my college career.
Time commitment during the academic year is 10 to 15 hours per week. Students who attend school in Western Massachusetts have the opportunity to intern in the Governor's Office in Springfield.
We are looking for students who are motivated and hard-working. We make every effort to place applicants in the departments which more closely matches their interests and areas of study.
Youth Homelessness – Jack Duffy-Protentis – November 2013 posted on Nov 13
I was in the 3rd grade when my parents told me that I was losing my eye sight. I remember feeling relieved that the reason I was struggling in school was because of this thing called Stargardt’s Disease; and not because I was not smart. …Continue Reading Youth Homelessness – Jack Duffy-Protentis – November 2013
Raycela Dasher – Bristol County -October 2013 posted on Nov 13
As I looked at the stack of papers laid before me, I took a deep breath and prepared to write. These papers were more than just another assignment or application. These papers were a chance of a lifetime. As I looked to the top of …Continue Reading Raycela Dasher – Bristol County -October 2013
Education and youth homelessness // Written by: Mary Kate Roffey of the GSYC posted on Oct 4
Education and youth homelessness are two of the Governor’s Statewide Youth Council’s initiatives. Throughout the month of August, the GSYC decided to hold ‘Back to School’ drives to collect school supplies for homeless youth. This project allowed the GSYC to make progress on both issues …Continue Reading Education and youth homelessness // Written by: Mary Kate Roffey of the GSYC