Councilmember Rosendahl is one of the 15 elected members of the Los Angeles City Council-the legislative body representing the 4 million residents of the City of Los Angeles.
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The office is seeking an intern to support the Communications Department and possibly assist other staff with responsibilities. The councilman and his staff serve nearly 300,000 constituents in a district that spans from Los Angeles International Airport to Pacific Palisades, including most areas west of the 405 freeway to the ocean. The intern will work closely with the Communications Deputy who is responsible for disseminating news and information about the district. The internship provides real experience in the fast paced and rapidly changing world of new media.
A communications intern will:
Possible responsibilities include:
|Ideal candidates must be able to work at least 16 hours per week for an entire school semester/quarter, must be enrolled in college and receive credit for the internship, and be able to commute to downtown Los Angeles. Preference will be given to those who are from the district. Interested candidates must attach their resume to an email and send a link featuring your latest work to Tony Arranaga, Communications Deputy for Councilmember Bill Rosendahl, at email@example.com.|
City Hall Intern: major responsibilities will be legislative and planning based
Qualified interns will actively engage in a variety of legislative duties including the analysis of reports, motions, ordinances, and budgets. Interns will also have the opportunity to assist in the areas of transportation, planning, and press communications with both local and national media outlets. In addition, interns will assist constituents in navigating the City’s complex government structure, while gaining experience working with a variety of City departments.