Work with Assembly Republicans

We are always looking for conservative-minded individuals to assist lawmakers. Whether this is an internship, a part-time position, or full-time employment, the Assembly Republican team is seeking support staff for administration, communication, research, and constituent relations.

Legislative Assistant

The Wisconsin State Legislature is looking for conservative-minded individuals to assist representatives in fulfilling their state duties by providing support in the areas of administration, communication, research and constituent relations.

Typical duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Managing constituent inquiries and casework;
  • Scheduling events;
  • Researching and tracking legislation;
  • Maintaining a constituent database;
  • Writing press releases and columns;
  • Coordinating in-district activities; and,
  • Preparing briefings for the legislator on upcoming bills.

Qualified individuals will possess the following skills, knowledge and abilities:

  • Effective written and oral communication skills;
  • Word processing and database management skills;
  • Knowledge of legislative, administrative, and judicial systems;
  • Ability to research and solve constituent questions and problems;
  • Ability to track legislation and prepare briefings for the legislator on relevant proposed legislation;
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks with efficiency and accuracy within assigned deadlines; and,
  • Ability to work both independently and cooperatively, while exercising professional judgment and confidentiality at all times. 

In addition, a Bachelor's Degree is preferred, but relevant work experience, education, and knowledge as determined by the individual legislators will be considered.

Please send a resume and cover letter outlining how you meet the qualifications of the position above to:



A legislative internship is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the workings of state government while gaining valuable work experience and connections in the capitol. Scheduling is flexible. There are a limited number of paid internships that only run while the Assembly is in session.

Responsibilities vary, but include policy research, summarizing legislation, responding to constituent inquiries, and assisting in office operations.

Please send a resume and cover letter outlining how you meet the qualifications of the position above to:

Sergeant at Arms Staff (Page)

The Assembly Sergeant at Arms is a non-partisan office that aids the operation of the Assembly. The page position is a valuable learning experience in state government. Scheduling is somewhat flexible, but the Sergeant's office requests messengers work an average of 3-5 four hour shifts per week (12-20 hours). Occasional evening hours are requested when the Assembly is in session. The starting pay is currently $9 per hour. For more information about this position, please visit the Assembly Sergeant at Arms website