Kevin J. Sutherland Washington, DC, Internship
Kevin Joseph Sutherland was a Connecticut native dedicated to public service and policy efforts that would positively impact people’s lives. Sutherland completed an internship in Congressman Himes’ Capitol Hill office and went on to work for New Blue Interactive after graduating from American University in 2013 until his tragic death at age 24. Described by friends and family as someone who enjoyed politics and was dedicated to impactful change, his enthusiasm for public service lives on.
In commemoration of Kevin Sutherland’s commitment to public service, the Office of Congressman Himes has a named intern stipend of $5,400 for a cumulative three-month summer internship in the Washington, D.C. office. Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrable financial need. The recipient will complete a capstone project on a policy issue of their choosing throughout the duration of the internship.
Jack Bryant Connecticut Internship
Jack Bryant was a community leader who impacted Stamford and all of Connecticut’s Fourth Congressional District. Beloved deacon, past President of Stamford’s NAACP Chapter, and Stamford Board of Education Member, Bryant died due to complications from COVID-19 in April 2020. Among other endeavors, Jack was passionate about connecting students with opportunities for higher education.
In commemoration of Jack Bryant’s life of public service, the Office of Congressman Himes has a named intern stipend of $5,400 for a cumulative three-month summer internship in our District Offices. This stipend is dedicated for interns with demonstrated significant economic and financial need who are interested in pursuing public service.
Named Stipend Application:
To apply for either the Kevin J. Sutherland or Jack Bryant internship, please fill out the standard application materials listed here and include:
- 1-2-page written statement detailing interest in the stipend
- Include in statement which stipend and location
- First page of FAFSA and/or 1-2 page written statement outlining how applicants could not otherwise to participate in the internship program without financial support