The Michael Breyer for Assembly Campaign is currently accepting applications for summer internship positions. San Francisco Public Library Commissioner Michael Breyer is a small businessman who co-founded a technology company that broadcasts court proceedings to the public to provide greater transparency in government. As the great-grandson of a San Francisco Supervisor, grandson of the first lawyer for the San Francisco School Board, the son of a Supreme Court Justice and nephew of a federal judge, Michael’s family has a long history of public service. Assembly District 19 is a broad and diverse region stretching from western San Francisco down into the Peninsula communities of Daly City, Colma, Broadmoor, and South San Francisco.
Interns will have the opportunity to get involved on a leading Bay Area campaign and take on as much responsibility as they desire. Although most interns will be expected to assist in field functions such as voter/community outreach, event planning, and data management, there will be ample opportunity for particularly driven individuals to take on specialized roles in communications, policy, finance, and new media. Qualified individuals will also have the option of continuing on through the general election in November.
Students with strong interpersonal skills and work ethic are encouraged to apply regardless of major, especially those with a desire to learn the intricacies of San Francisco/Bay Area politics, make valuable connections, and effect positive change in their communities. Particular preference will be given to students completing relevant coursework in Political Science, Communications, and Asian American Studies.
Flexible scheduling is available. Interested applicants should send cover letter and resume to email@example.com