Recruiting the 2023 class – NOW!
Whether you’re a student, parent or relative, alum, faculty, administrator, or just live in the same town a college is located in, if you’d like your school to become recruiting grounds for this program – so do we.
POCC Interns has successfully placed ethnic-minority college students from the following universities:
University of Colorado, Hillsdale College, Hampton University, Lone Star College, Florida A&M, Colorado Christian University, Pikes Peak College, Grand Canyon University, Arizona State University, Oral Roberts University, University of Maryland, Saint John’s University, Florida State University, Virginia Union, San Jacinto College, Consumnes River College, California State University/Fullerton, George Washington University, College of Central Florida, Virginia State University, Hopkinsville College, Howard University, Towson University, ASA College, University of Virginia, Boston College, Oakwood University, West Virginia State University, Florida Atlantic University, Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Cornell University, University of Northern Colorado, University of North Carolina, Rollins College, Illinois State University, Case Western University, California State University/Fullerton, Bob Jones University, Oral Roberts, University of Central Oklahoma, George Mason, University of Rochester, Loyola, Texas A&M, Embry-Riddle, Auburn, Catholic University
POCC Interns’ students come from coast-to-coast. We’re always seeking and desiring new educational institutions to partner with in order to bring this amazing opportunity to qualified students. Find us on Handshake and reach out to by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll be happy to send print materials or e-materials. With adequate notice and planning, we’ll send a representative for a live, on-campus recruiting event.
What Our Interns Say
An overall life-changing experience. Everything from the location of the dorms we lived in to getting to attend the Congressional baseball game to working with Congressional staff was first class. And, as a law student, I gained access to a network of people whom I probably would never have otherwise met.
This summer was unlike anything I’ve ever done. I have friends who worked in fast food restaurants over the summer, whereas I got an all-expenses paid trip to the east coast, earned good money, worked in a fun and stimulating environment, met famous people, gained experience, and collected the business cards of people who will be in my life for decades to come.
Florida State University
The entire summer was surreal. I had a feeling of awe every day over just being in such a historical place. I loved everything from the daily tasks while being at work to the various tours and getting to know my fellow interns. The entire summer was a blast!
University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
An overall eye-opening experience. My eyes were opened to the vast amount of things I can do with my law degree and how the large number of connections I now have on Capitol Hill can help with that. I also learned that Congressman Gowdy is a great man. It’s unlikely I ever would have met him, let alone worked with him without this internship program.
Florida A&M University