Monday, November 03, 2008

PAID internship--

A good opportunity to learn about lobbying and state government, and we have an alum "on the inside" who can help show you the ropes...


The Washington Restaurant Association is looking for an intern for the legislative session. I posted the internship information on the school’s web site, but wanted to ensure your students were all aware of the open position.

I attached the general information about the position, and more information about the WRA can be found on our web site:

The internship is paid, and we are able to work around any schedule students may have. We ask that any applicant have good-excellent writing skills, have a senior standing in school, and be available for full or part time work in Olympia during Jan. - March/April.

Thank you; feel free to contact me with any questions about the internship.
Julia Clark
Government Affairs Assistant
Washington Restaurant Association
510 Plum St. SE, Ste. 200
Olympia, WA 98501
Work: 800.225.7166 x109
Cell: 360.628.7299
Fax: 360.357.9232

The Washington Restaurant Association, in its 79th year, is the leading business association for the restaurant industry — the largest private employer in the state with a workforce of more than 193,000 employees. In Washington, the more than 12,500 restaurants annually generate $10.7 billion to the state economy and contribute $593 million in state taxes. Washington restaurants are vital to our economy, community and careers.