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What documents are required for application to the Congressional Internship Program?

The following documents are required for application to the Congressional Internship Program:

Online Profile, which you created when you first logged in. 

One Standard letter of recommendation which must be uploaded online.  By providing the name and contact information of the recommender, they receive an email with instructions on how they can log on and upload the letter themselves. 

One-page resume listing education, extracurricular activities, honors, employment, community experience, and special skills or abilities, which must be uploaded online.

School transcript, which must be uploaded online. For the application process, we accept an unofficial transcript.  We require an official transcript if you are selected as a finalist to verify your grades.

Copy of your most recent Student Aid Report (SAR), with EFC clearly listed. You can access your SAR by logging in to - click here for instructions . If you are a DACA student, you may upload your state's alternative FAFSA document (such as the TAFSA or California Dream Act Application), or your most recent tax return.

Completion of online application which includes three essay questions (suggested length: no more than 600 words per essay).

An electronically signed copy of the Application Agreement.




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