The Arizona Students’ Association’s Internship program was established to provide students with an opportunity to work and learn in a hands-on environment while earning course credit. Interns work throughout the semester on developing skills in lobbying, grassroots organizing, messaging, strategy, campaign planning, and event planning. Students will also further develop their personal leadership skills in the areas of public speaking, political astuteness, writing, and public relations.

Interns will be expected to complete 150 hours throughout the Spring semester and will receive three units of class credit.

Applications are due by November 18th at 12pm.

Any questions can be directed to Deanna at

* 1. What is your first and last name?

* 2. What is your email address and phone number?

* 3. What is your major, GPA, and expected graduation date?

* 4. Why are you interested in an internship with the Arizona Students’ Association?

* 5. Have you ever been involved with ASA in the past?

* 6. What experiences and skills do you posses that you feel are relevant to this internship?

* 7. What is the most pressing problem in higher education today?

* 8. Please find an article discussing a current higher education issue and write a response to that article/issue.

* 9. Please email your current resume, a weekly schedule of any commitments you will have during the Spring (class, work, club meetings, etc), and a link or copy of the article you discussed in the application to Deanna at