This Administration opened its doors to the first class of White House interns in 2009. Since that time, over three hundred promising leaders have come through the program and served a vital role in the White House. These individuals have participated in service project partnerships with nine D.C. high schools and a local soup kitchen. The professional development speaker series has remained a favorite pillar of the program, and interns have worked to build successful professional development groups centered around topics such as International Affairs and Communications.
The application for the Fall 2010 White House Internship Program will be closing on June 6. Don’t miss your chance to apply to become a part of the next class of White House Interns! To learn more about the internship program, the application process, and who is eligible to apply for internships, visit the White House Internship Program page.
Melissa McNeal is the Director of the White House Internship Program