If you are looking to hit the ground running, the Frederick Group’s Internship Program will help you build valuable business and leadership skills. For a university/college student, the real-world professional experience you’ll receive during the internship will help you stand apart from the crowd and will be more than just a line on your resume.
As an intern, you get a chance to work side by side with accomplished industry professionals. Interns at the Frederick Group provide a fresh perspective on client issues and create innovative solutions that help the Frederick Group be effective.
We are a hands-on firm! The Frederick Group provides a high energy environment for a wide variety of talented people who are working to start their careers and make a difference in Michigan. Our interns are the most important people at the Frederick Group because they represent our future. We seek self-motivated, professional intern candidates who can work independently and are not afraid to ask questions.
Interns are expected to hone their networking skills; interns build their professional and networking skills that open doors before and after graduation. In addition, our interns will be expected to participate in public presentations, lead projects, and prepare themselves for post-college employment.
When you join our Internship Program, you will soon discover that every day is different because it is filled with new, exciting, rewarding, and often unexpected opportunities. For the right candidate, we will put you in the middle of everything, just like our lobbyists.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Quick learner in fast-paced, high-expectations environment.
Ability to take initiative with little direction.
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Excel).
Fun, positive attitude.
Be authorized to legally work in the United States.
Conduct issue and policy research on a variety of issues.
Attend legislative committee meetings and prepare reports for clients.
Attend meetings with clients and present work reports.
Prepare and draft amendments to legislation.
Routinely communicate and track project status and work schedule to team members via emails, meetings, presentations, reports, etc.
Provide day-to-day support for assigned projects including preparing meeting agendas, tracking follow-up action items, and documenting meeting activities/minutes.
Participate in weekly team meetings, stakeholder roll calls, staff roll calls, and related project meetings.
Prepare weekly internship work reports.
Previous interns have gone on to do great things, including obtaining their PhDs, lead government agencies, driving public policy, work on campaigns, and many others!
Interns may work up to 39 hours per week with the expectation of a minimum of 20 hours per week. All hours must be completed within our office hours Monday through Friday, 8 AM 5 PM, with compensation depending on education/experience.
To apply, please send your resume and a writing sample to our senior lobbyist, Karla Ruest, via the form on this page or email to