Town Hall interns should have an interest in civic issues, marketing or event planning and be proficient on Microsoft Office applications, including Microsoft Word and Excel and social media including Facebook and Twitter. Interns provide event and conference assistance, perform speaker research, create student briefing packets and develop promotional materials. Interns also identify key constituents based on upcoming programs and assist with file updating, database clean-up and entry and other duties as assigned. Previous interns have enjoyed the collaborative environment and seeing their projects from inception to completion.


The applicant for this internship must be an enrolled or recently graduated college student – graduates and undergraduates welcome - in Communications, Journalism, Public Affairs/Administration, Political Science/Public Policy, or Business/Marketing. The applicant must be a self-starter with strong critical thinking skills and have strong written and verbal English communication skills. The candidate should be comfortable with learning protocol, database applications, archiving and conducting well-balanced research online. The candidate will use archives and present-day events to assist in print and electronic marketing campaigns.



  • Internships available all year
  • 10-20 hours a week
    • Monday - Friday; 9am - 5pm
  • May complete for school credit (2-4 units)
  • Compensate up to $6/day for parking


If you are interested in a Town Hall internship, please send your resume and cover letter to Lindsey Horowitz at or 213.312.9308.