Senator Collins understands the importance of creating opportunities for Maine students. Below is information for the following:

 

Internships

An internship in the office of Senator Susan M. Collins provides successful candidates with the experience of working in the United States Congress and an overview of how a Senate office and staff work for the Senator and for the constituents. Interns are assigned to work with the Senate office staff who are responsible for the legislative, administrative, and communications operations of the office.

Internships are available on a fall/winter, spring, and summer basis.  Positions are offered in Washington, D.C., and all six state-based constituent service centers: Augusta, Bangor, Biddeford, Caribou, Lewiston, Portland.

If you have any questions or need further information regarding an internship with the office of Senator Susan Collins, please e-mail internships@collins.senate.gov.

office of Senator Susan Collins, please e-mail internships@collins.senate.gov.

 

MAINE CONSTITUENT SERVICE CENTERS:

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please make a note on your application indicating which office you wish to apply. If you are selecting multiple offices, please list them in order of preference. To apply, please submit an application here.

WASHINGTON DC:

Senator Collins is now accepting applications for summer 2017. To apply, please submit an application here.

Summer 2017 internship dates: May 30 – August 25 (Deadline to apply: March 3)

Fall 2017 internship dates: August 28 – December 22 (Deadline to apply: May 5)

Page Program

The Senate Page Program is an excellent opportunity for students to receive firsthand experience with the Legislative branch of our government. It is a challenging, yet rewarding opportunity for mature, hard-working students. Pages will work until the Senate adjourns daily, so candidates need to be self-motivated with excellent academic records. Cell phone use and email accessibility is limited.  According to the Senate Page School, their requirements are below:

  • Senate Pages must be sponsored by a Senator.
  • Pages must be citizens of the United States or subject to agreements of the Department of State, and must have a social security number.
  • Page eligibility is limited to juniors in high school who will be 16 or 17 years old on or before the date of appointment.
  • Summer Page eligibility is limited to students who have completed the sophomore year and who will be 16 or 17 years old on or before the date of appointment.
  • Pages must verify a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a home school transcript and a certification of immunization to qualify for attendance at the school.
  • A general health assessment completed by a licensed physician is required, in addition to a certification of immunization.
  • Pages are required to be covered by health insurance; if not covered, they will be required to enroll in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.

If you have any questions about being nominated by Senator Susan Collins for the Senate Page Program, please e-mail internships@collins.senate.gov for more information.

Senator Collins is now accepting applications for the summer 2017 page session, which will begin in June 2017 (exact date to be determined once the 2017 Senate schedule is announced.) Deadline to apply is March 11, 2016.

You may also apply for future sessions. Please make a note on your application indicating which session you wish to apply. Applications are no longer being accepted for spring 2017.

To apply for the Senate page program click here

Academy Nominations

Click here for information relating to the Spring 2016 Service Academy Night in Bangor.

The 2015 cycle is now closed, the 2016 cycle will open on May 15, 2016. Click HERE for Academy nominations information