Government

Rep. Bryan Spencer Offers Legislative Internship for 2018 Session

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State Rep. Bryan Spencer is pleased to announce that his office is accepting applications for legislative interns for the 2018 legislative session. The Capitol Internship Program is open to applicants who are interested in public service and have a desire to learn more about the workings of state government.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for individuals who are interested in gaining hands on experience in the legislative process,” said Spencer, R-Wentzville. “The internship is a great way to earn valuable experience. Not only do you become familiar with the roles and tasks associated with Missouri government, but it is a great way to serve constituents and become familiar with the duties of a state representative. This would be an unpaid yet very rewarding experience for a student.” 

Legislative intern responsibilities in Spencer’s office for the legislative session may include:

  •  Investigating constituent concerns /issues for possible resolutions
  •  Researching proposed legislation/appropriation items
  •  Attending and recording highlights of meetings as required
  •  Assisting with other duties as assigned 

As a member of the Republican majority in the Missouri House of Representatives, Spencer serves on a number of influential committees including the House Budget Committee. He also serves as Vice Chair of the House Appropriations Committee for Agriculture, Conservation, Natural Resources, and Economic Development. Spencer also serves as a member of the House Elementary and Secondary Education Committee and the Special Committee on Tourism. 

Interested applicants should email their resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Once applications have been processed, Spencer will conduct a formal interview process and then select interns for the upcoming legislative session that begins in January.