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  • Summer
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  • 2011

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The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) is a political committee devoted to increasing the 178-member Republican Conference in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The NRCC's origins date back to 1866, when the Republican caucuses of the House and Senate formed a "Congressional Committee." Today, the NRCC supports the election of Republicans to the House through direct financial contributions to candidates and Republican Party organizations; technical and research assistance to Republican candidates and Party organizations; voter registration, education and turnout programs; and other Party-building activities.
The NRCC is governed by its chairman, U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions (TX-32), and an executive committee composed of Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Requirements/Necessary Skills for Recruitment: 

Depending on which department a prospective intern plans on applying to, duties will differ. Our committee consists of seven primary departments. They and their duties are as follows:
• Field reporter calls
• Manage media databases
• Manage press clip service
• Load and possibly author press releases in certain cases
• Assemble blog lists
• Blog monitoring
• Social network sites monitoring
• Tracking video (as needed/interested)
• Cross posting to various sites
• Other duties as needed
• Support meetings of the Executive staff
• Coordinate and maintain photo process
• Assist with front desk operations
• Contact database management
• Manage call suites
• Assist Finance staff in their day-to-day operations
• Research information on donors
• Event coordination
• Data entry
• Participate in our major fundraising events (March Dinner, House/Senate dinner, etc)
• Assist with depositing checks
• Assemble and maintain lists in databases
• Assisting Political staff with daily operations
• Research and special projects
• Answering phones
• Maintains political databases
• Assisting with political events
• Reading through daily press clips
• Assisting the department with day-to-day operations
• Monitoring congressional races across the country
• Aiding analysts with opposition research books
• Analyzing FEC reports, legislative records, media files etc…
• Tracking events around Capitol Hill
• Conducting a variety of independent, in-depth research projects
• Assisting Treasury staff with ongoing operations
• Accounting/Assisting with FEC reporting
• Analyzing and reviewing FEC reports
• Assisting with database and bank reconciliation
• Learning about the relation between money and congressional campaigns
• Data Entry/Scanning Documents
• Information and record management

Benefits & Perks: 
Hours Required: 
12-15 Hours Per Week