The Internship is a public service leadership development program that gave up-and-coming leaders the chance to support the White House’s work and advance the administration’s aims. It is a paid internship for the first time in history under Biden-Harris. Internships are available in every department of the White House.
The internship at the White House will begin on January 30, 2023, on a Monday.
The applicant must be at least 18 years old to be eligible to participate. All interns at the White House will receive a stipend of $375 per week for part-time work and $750 per week for full-time work (minimum of 35 hours per week) (15 – 34 hours per week).
This 12-week course will start in January 2023 and run through April 2023. We strongly encourage everyone who is qualified and interested to apply for the White House Paid Internship. Below are further specifics regarding the program.
Details About White House Internship Program 2023
- Internship Country: USA
- Location: White House, Washington D.C.
- Internship Duration: 12 Weeks (January 2023 and ending in April 2023)
- Level: Undergraduates, Graduates
- Deadline: 23rd September 2022
Internship Departments & Responsibility of the Intern at the White House
Following are the departments working under a White House where applicants will work in a WHIP 2023.
- The Office of Cabinet Affairs
- The Office of Communications
- The Office of Digital Strategy
- The Office of Domestic Climate Policy
- The Domestic Policy Council
- The Office of the First Lady
- The Gender Policy Council
- The Infrastructure Implementation Team
- The Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
- The Office of Legislative Affairs
- The Office of Management and Administration
- The National Economic Council
- The Office of Political Strategy and Outreach
- The Office of Presidential Correspondence
- The Office of Presidential Personnel
- The Office of Public Engagement
- The Office of Scheduling and Advance
- The Office of Speechwriting
- The Office of the Vice President
- The Office of White House Counsel
- The White House Fellows Office
- The White House Photo Office
- The White House Press Office
- The White House Visitors Office
The Responsibility of each department at the White House is described here (Visit Here)
President Biden and Vice President Harris have committed to building an Administration that looks like America, believing that qualified people from every background and walk of life should have equal opportunity to serve our Nation.
The White House is thrilled to announce that for the first time in recent history, participants in the White House Internship Program are paid.
Program participants are paid at a rate of $750 a week. Stipends are disbursed in two installments: participants will receive the first payment at or around the start of the program and the final payment after the successful completion of the program.
Two Recommendation Letters: A Recommendation Letter can be written by anyone who can speak to the applicant’s qualifications, character, and commitment to public service. Letters must be submitted through the application portal as part of the application package.
Please Write Recommendation Letter to “To Whom It May Concern” or “White House Internship Program Review Team.”
- Currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate degree program at a college, community college, or university (two-to four-year institutions)
- Graduated from an accredited undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two-to four-year institutions) no more than two years prior to the first day of the internship program
- Program participants must be U.S. citizens, at least 18 years or older
How to Apply for a White House Internship Program 2023
Applicants must apply online for the Internship and submit online applications to the portal. To Apply: Please Visit the button below.