President Biden and Vice President Harris are announcing today that the application period for the Spring Session of the White House Internship Program will open on Monday, August 29. The session will start in January 2023.
The White House Internship Program is a leadership and public service development program that provides emerging leaders with the opportunity to learn valuable skills while supporting the work of the White House and advancing government priorities. Biden-Harris administration. This program offers paid internships within the Executive Office of the President. Interns participating in the White House Internship Program will support the White House Office and the Office of the Vice President.
Program participants must be U.S. citizens, at least 18 years old prior to the first day of the program, and meet at least one of the following three criteria:
- Currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two to four year institution)
- Graduated from an accredited undergraduate or graduate program at a college, community college, or university (two- to four-year institution) no more than two years prior to the first day of the program
- A veteran of the United States Armed Forces who has a high school diploma or its equivalent and has served on active duty, for any length of time, no more than two years prior to the first day of the program
The application period for the Spring 2023 session will open on Monday, August 29e and closes on Friday, September 23rd.
Interested applicants can find the program’s online application at WH.gov/intern. The website also contains additional information about the program, including a “Frequently Asked Questions” section.
Potential applicants with questions about the program, as well as college/university administrators, professors, campus leaders, and others interested in more information to share with their communities can contact the program team for White House internships at inter[email protected]