To apply for the Les Aspin Center for Government internship program in Washington, D.C. please fill out the application below. In addition, please submit the following materials:

  1. a resume, which should include the following:
    - educational background (including high school and other universities attended)
    - relevant work experience
    - extracurricular activities, honors, and awards
    - any additional skills such as level of foreign language competency
  2. a 750 - 1,000 word policy position statement. Choose a public policy issue and write about why it is important and what should be done to address it. The essay will be submitted, along with your resume, to potential internship offices for review. 
  3. a college transcript (for non-Marquette students only)

Please note: after the Les Aspin Center staff has conducted a preliminary review of candidates, selected candidates may be asked to submit references.