Senator Isakson tries to provide an educational opportunity, in either his state (located in Atlanta) or Washington, D.C., office, for many Georgia students. The number of interns serving at any one time is governed by space and financial limitations, as well as office needs. Internships are competitive and preference is given to students with Georgia ties and upper-level undergraduate college students.

Read about one of our Washington, D.C. intern's experience here.

Intern Program Application Procedure

To be considered for the internship program in the state or Washington office, all interested persons should fill out the intern application online and upload a current resume. Please note there is a separate application process for each season (spring, summer, and fall).

The following are the deadline and start dates for internship applicants:

Spring 2020 Internships (apply here)
Deadline to Apply: November 8, 2019
Session Dates: January 6 - May 8, 2020

Summer 2020 Internships (application will open November 11, 2019)
Deadline Date: February 14, 2020
Session I Dates: May 11 - June 19, 2020
Session II Dates: June 24 - July 31, 2020

Fall 2020 Internships (application will open February 17, 2020)
Deadline Date: May 29, 2020
Session Dates Washington: August 31 - December 4, 2020
Session Dates Atlanta: August 3 - December 4, 2020

Senator Isakson’s intern program is an opportunity for college students to spend a fall or spring semester or six weeks in the summer at either our Washington, D.C., or Atlanta, GA office. Interns learn about the workings of the U.S. Senate, Senator Isakson’s office, and federal legislation. We select between four and eight interns for our D.C. program and between two and five interns for our Atlanta program based on the strengths of their applications, resumes, and interviews.

Interns in our D.C. office are assigned to one of four areas—constituent services, press/scheduling, legislative services, or with the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs—during their time in the office, but will also be expected to help in whatever capacity is needed. Interns work with staff members to respond to the needs of Georgia’s constituents. We prefer that interns in our D.C. office are at least 21 years old at the start of their internship and interns in our Atlanta office are at least 18 years old at the start of their internship and enrolled in college at the time of application or internship.

We are looking for mature and responsible applicants who are eager to show initiative and who will make the most of their opportunities as interns. We expect our interns to take their jobs seriously and to ensure that their actions inside and outside the office always reflect positively on Georgia and the Senator.

apply here for spring 2020 session

Intern Housing

Interns will need to provide their own housing. Please see the links below for housing information at universities in the Washington, D.C. area.

Georgetown University
Click here for information on housing at Georgetown University.

George Washington University
Click here for information on housing at George Washington University.

American University
Click here for information on housing at American University.

Catholic University of America
Click here for information on housing at Catholic University of America.