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Financial Advising Internship

Description: As a Northwestern Mutual intern, you will receive extensive training and coaching, while participating in joint work with experienced Financial Advisors to help you build the skills and knowledge base to succeed in your future career -whether with Northwestern Mutual or elsewhere.

Everyday Northwestern Mutual interns and Financial Advisors help individuals and businesses build and execute financial plans specific to their goals and expectations. But it’s more than crunching numbers. It’s about helping people establish and improve financial literacy, and giving them the information, tools, and confidence to help achieve their immediate and long-term goals.

As a college student looking to the future, you want an internship that provides the kind of experience and training you’ll see in the real world; a unique opportunity to showcase your skills and qualities and to make a difference for yourself, others, and your community.  Location: Downtown Birmingham, Networking Office

Contact: Jordan Strong (Campus Recruiter), Networking Office, 1901 6th Ave N #2800, Birmingham, AL, 35203, 205-245-3123,





Legislative Services Agency
Legislative Internship Programs

Opportunity: Are you graduating in December and haven’t found your perfect job opportunity yet? Are you heading to graduate school or law school and have a gap semester? Maybe you are a college junior/senior looking for an internship for credit. If you are looking for an internship that will give you the chance to network with state leaders, hone your knowledge of the state legislative process, AND provide you with an excellent opportunity to grow personally, the Alabama Legislative Internship Program might be what you are looking for.


Description: The internship begins on January 25, 2021, with an orientation week and runs through May 17, 2021 (or until the Alabama Legislature adjourns). Interns are assigned to Senate offices or House committees in the State House in Montgomery, Alabama. This is an immersive experience, so interns assist with committee work, constituent services, and observe the legislative process. Resume’ work and mock interviews to prepare you for your future are provided upon request and visits with state leaders in Montgomery will enhance your learning experience. Interns work Monday – Thursday, 8:00 – 4:30, but are encouraged to stay and observe the legislature when the legislators stay late. Networking opportunities exist every day of this internship and you have a chance gain experience that will give you a leg up in your job search.


Qualifications: This internship is an immersive experience held in the spring of each year when the Alabama Legislature is in session to expose college students to the legislative process. Interns (assigned to either a group of Senators or to several House committees—all located in the State House in Montgomery, Alabama) assist committee clerks with committee preparation and attend all assigned committees. Interns perform non-legal research for legislative members and assist with constituent services. Observation of the legislative process is emphasized and when the legislature is in session (most Tuesdays and Thursdays), interns are often in the House chamber or Senate gallery observing the process in action.


Notes: Unpaid for college credit. Interns work with their respective university to determine the amount of credit allowed.


To Apply: Go to the Legislative Services Agency’s website: Click on Law Institute Division and follow the internship tabs to the application. Download, fill and submit. Contact: Call Teresa Norman, (334) 261-0681, Legislative Services Agency, Montgomery AL