Fall Internship - IT
FP1 Strategies, a political consulting firm based in Arlington, Virginia, is looking for current college students and recent graduates as interns to support its growing team.
The Information Technology Department provides IT support and handles all helpdesk requests. The department manages all resources including systems security, telecommunications, and AV requests. Interns will work directly with the Director of IT as well as within the various departments of the firm as needed.
The IT Intern will assist the team in providing technical support to end users by:
- Assisting with basic help desk support (Tier 1)
- Assisting with set up and upgrades of computers, phones and other IT supported devices
- Providing IT orientation sessions for new employees
- Assisting staff with setting up AV systems in conference rooms
- Providing support for special projects related to hardware and software enhancement and troubleshooting
- Maintaining and updating IT equipment, software and license inventory reports
Current students seeking internships or graduates with a degree in the information technology field.
We offer a fast-paced work environment on a growing team and a great amount of opportunity for learning.
About FP1 Strategies
FP1 Strategies LLC is a full-service agency based in Arlington, Virginia specializing in political campaigns work focused on coalition building, grassroots mobilization, advertising, digital engagement and message development.
With experience managing high-profile national projects in the United States and internationally, FP1’s ability to design and deploy a campaign-style, fully-integrated approach is a core competency that is unique among its competitors. FP1 is large enough to run endeavors that are multinational in scale, but the firm takes pride in its founding commitment to work harder than anyone on behalf of its clients – no matter the size of the account. This grit, creativity and focus are what FP1’s “campaign approach” truly represents.
FP1 often looks to previous interns who were successful in the program when considering full-time, entry-level positions.