In Washington, D.C., our interns are responsible for assisting my staff and me with a variety of tasks. Interns are responsible for answering phones, researching legislation, attending hearings and briefings, and responding to constituent letters on the various issues that come before the House. As a result, our interns have a firsthand look at the legislative process and the many other functions of a congressional office. Press and legislative internships are available.


Interns in our Los Angeles office will be asked to do many things, including day-to-day office work such as answering phones, writing letters and assisting with research, as well as assisting with constituent casework and handling district-based projects of importance. Working in our Los Angeles office allows interns the opportunity to work directly with our constituents in the community.

Deadlines for upcoming internship periods (interviews and offers will be extended on a rolling basis until these dates):

Fall: September 1

Spring and Winter: December 20

Summer: May 15

To apply for an internship with my Washington, D.C. or Los Angeles offices, please send an email to CA34.internship@mail.house.gov with the subject: [Your Full Name] DC Internship Application or [Your Full Name] LA Internship Application.

Please attach the following to the email in one PDF:

  • Application form

  • Resume

  • Cover letter

  • Two writing samples

  • Answers to the following prompts (250-500 words each):

    • Write a brief paragraph about yourself – what makes you unique? What draws you to a Congressional internship? How will you be able to contribute to Team Gomez?

    • Why are you interested in interning for Congressman Gomez? Please share any experiences you have with our district.

If you have any questions about the internship program, please reach out to Tyler Ward.


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