The Howard County Republican Party is seeking political campaign interns for the 2014 fall semester. We are seeking personable and courteous individuals who possess excellent verbal communication skills. This internship provides an excellent opportunity to experience the inner workings of a political campaigns and/or working with the party central committee. Interns will learn about the organizational, and operational functions of a campaign including field work, campaign messaging, outreach to the community, use of technological tools (such as MS Office, Goggle Docs, social media, use of databases), attending campaign events, and brainstorming. Interns should expect to work approx. 100 hours up to and including Election Day (not to conflict with semester college course schedule). This internship is unpaid but will prove to be a rewarding, interesting experience. Faculty in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences have been notified of this internship opportunity and students may be eligible to receive credit for this internship. Please note that credit is not guaranteed and eligibility will be decided by the university and the BSOS College on a case-by-case basis. This is an excellent opportunity to sharpen your communication, organizational and team work skills during a fascinating election. You can view the full posting and apply online at the Careers4Terps website. Search "Howard County Republican Party."