Join the fight for a Federal Balanced Budget Amendment!
We have two paid internships available per state in South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Utah for students who want to get involved in the campaign for a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Question: As a student, why should you care about this issue?
Because Congress is mortgaging your future, which makes this your fight. With your help, we can stop Congress from bankrupting America by taking away the National VISA!
If you are passionate about preserving the American dream for your generation, and you attend one of the universities below, we need your help!
|South Dakota||University of South Dakota|
|Wyoming||University of Wyoming|
|Montana||University of Montana|
|Idaho||Boise State University|
|Utah||Utah State University|
The primary responsibility of each intern will be to organize university students to lobby their state legislature to join with other states to propose a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution which the state legislatures can ratify!
With 24 of the 34 states necessary to reach that goal, we’re almost there!
This internship will provide you with the type of campaign experience which will look stellar on your resume. You will be working side by side with the legislators in your state who are sponsoring our resolutions.
College credit may be available. Please check with your advisor.
– You must be outgoing, confident, driven, & well-spoken.
– You must have excellent organizational and computer skills.
– You must know the local political landscape and be well connected.
– You must be able to speak confidently to large groups.
– You must be able to travel to your state capital to lobby the legislature in 2015.
– Give presentations to local political groups.
– Participate in weekly conference calls with national leadership.
– Organize students to visit / lobby state legislators from their home districts.
– Organize phone bank and email contact campaign.
– Organize students to attend legislative hearings.
– Organize students to visit state legislators in the capital.