Apr 12, 2016 04:21 AM EDT

The White House Internship Program Is Open For Application

By Jane Reed

Are you interested in working as an intern in the state's capital - The White House?

President Obama may be looking for an intern to assist him with his needs. Who knows it better than the White House itself. The White House Internship Program opens opportunities for America's future leaders to gather professional experience, build their leadership roles in the community and serve the country.

So if you're thinking about what an intern does in the White House? There are multiple departments to choose from. This is your chance this year to experience working under Obama's Administration.

What does the application process hold? There are essay questions you need to answer as well the mandatory recommendation letters. Remember that your resume should not be longer than one page - keep it precise and simple. It should include your education, work experience, extracurricular activities, and service experiences. Remember as well to submit all your materials on time.

Unfortunately, late entries may not be entertained. College graduates and Undergraduates are welcome to apply to the program. Just remember that the White House Internship program is unpaid. Other things for you to remember? Housing is not included in this provided. The work schedule is from Mondays to Fridays from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

This is your chance to participate and work in America's monuments. The Internship Program in the White House has partnered with Idealist to help applicants answer any questions about the application process. They even took to Twitter to advertise the White House Internship Program via their social media handl @WHLive.

If you're looking to apply, application is less than a week! This is the chance for the young, future leaders of America to be a part of the Obama Administration.

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