CBC Foundation Virtual Library Internship

Representative Marcia L. Fudge is proud to offer the application for the Congressional Black Caucaus Foundation Virtual Library Internship application.

AVOICE: African American Voices in Congress is a project of the CBCF. The goal of this virtual library is to provide a central source of information about historical and contemporary African American policy issues important to researchers, academics, educators and students. The core objectives of the project are to:

  • Provide a history of African American legislators and African American sponsored legislation in Congress
  • Provide current and historical information that positions the library as the leading online resource for African American political history and leadership
  • Provide interactive learning tools that highlight the history of African American political involvement in Congress; and promote civic engagement among youth.


Interns work 10-20 hours per week on a range of assignments including, but not limited to social marketing, conducting research and analysis, attending briefings, and coordinating logistics and document preservation. The hours are flexible to accommodate class schedules. Interns are required to write a monthly status report outlining development progress and suggestions.

College credit must be arranged by the intern with his/her university.

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