Anna Katherine Daley, Summer 2017 Intern
During my time interning for Palmetto Family Council, I have been able to observe and take part in the invaluable work Palmetto Family is doing for our state. Going into this internship, I considered myself fairly familiar with issues facing our state. However, during my time here, I have been able to gain insight into the real situation in South Carolina and our country. Whether it be through writing a blog post about gambling in South Carolina, or researching statistics on alcohol abuse in the state, I seen the devastation that certain policies, laws, or lack thereof can bring to families and communities.
Though this is not always a positive and encouraging picture, Palmetto Family works to not only make tangible policy changes in our state, but to help create a better sense of positivity and hope. As a conservative millennial, it is easy to get discouraged about the way my generation is moving, but with Palmetto Family and their allies’ help, young people should feel empowered and capable to stand up against the liberal tide. In doing so, we can take part in the work to make South Carolina and the United States a better place to live and raise a family.
ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP
Through its internship program, Palmetto Family offers high school and college students the opportunity to contribute to the important cause of defending strong family values in the Palmetto State. The program offers participants academic credit in addition to the opportunity to learn the workings of the South Carolina Statehouse, make career-furthering connections, sharpen writing and research skills and make a real difference for families in South Carolina.
Candidates must commit to working on location at Palmetto Family’s Columbia office. Palmetto Family is unable to offer payment for internships at this time.
Please fill out the form below to begin the application process. Later in the process candidates will be asked to provide a resume, writing sample and at least two references.
Please direct any questions to Briley Hughes who may be reached at (803) 733-5600.