Our Internship Program

Based in Tallahassee, our highly competitive internship program extends from Interim Committee Weeks to the conclusion of the Legislative Session.

Throughout this period, our dedicated team of interns provide essential support to our professional lobbyists. They provide extensive coverage of the Florida Legislature during session and committee weeks, are actively involved in drafting and tracking bills and amendments, closely monitor and prepare comprehensive committee meeting summaries. Additionally, our interns play a crucial role in maintaining client relationships. Interns arrange and attend meetings with executive and legislative branch leaders, organize events, and generate reports for lobbyists and clients.

By equipping young professionals with the advocacy, access, and influence that The Southern Group provides, our internship program serves as a catalyst for future success.

TSG Internship Program

At The Southern Group, we prioritize offering our interns an invaluable experience. Working day in and day out in our Tallahassee office, our interns gain a profound understanding of every aspect of the legislative process and have the opportunity to foster meaningful connections with lobbyists, legislators, executive branch leaders and clients statewide.

After their experience with The Southern Group, former interns have pursued careers inside the Florida Legislature, at diverse state agencies, in various legal professions, and as lobbyists – some even within our own firm.

Alexis Agramonte, Intern at The Southern Group

Alexis Agramonte

Alexis Agramonte currently studies Political Science and Business at Florida State University. She transferred to Florida State from Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida, where she trained and played as a student athlete. During her time at Palm Beach Atlantic University, Alexis was awarded both the Presidential Scholarship and the Athletic Directors’ Association Achievement Award for her academic excellence.
Jack O'Malley, Intern at The Southern Group

Jack O’Malley

Jack O’Malley is a sophomore at Florida State University, where he majors in Economics and minors in General Business. Before joining The Southern Group’s internship program, Jack worked as a Congressional Intern for the Office of Congressman Bean in Washington D.C., a Legislative Affairs Intern with the Florida Department of Management Services, and an Intern with the Executive Office of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
Brooke Murray, Intern at The Southern Group

Brooke Murray

Brooke Murray recently graduated from Florida State University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Media and Communication Studies with a minor in Commercial Entrepreneurship. Before joining The Southern Group, Brooke served as a Junior Account Coordinator with Sachs Media, an Intern for the Press Office of Governor Ron DeSantis, a Member Services Associate with Florida State’s Campus Recreation, and an Intern for the Best and Brightest Scholarship Program.
Emily Seguin, Intern at The Southern Group

Emily Seguin

Emily Seguin graduated Magna Cum Laude from Florida State University in 2022 with honors and a degree in Sociology and Political Science. Before working with The Southern Group, Emily served as a Research and Policy Intern with FL District 43 and as an Intern with the Florida Public Interest Research Group. Currently, she attends law school at The University of Tennessee College of Law.
The Savannah Stewart.

Savannah Stewart

Savannah Stewart is a senior at Florida State University, pursuing a major in Political Science with a minor in Business. At Florida State, Savannah holds the role of Chief of Staff in the Student Government Association, where she effectively manages and leads the Executive Office of the President’s student staff. Prior to joining The Southern Group, she interned at the Sarasota County State Attorney’s Office in Sarasota, Florida, and the Young, Bowden Law Group in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Rodney Wells, Intern at The Southern Group

Rodney Wells

Rodney Wells currently attends Florida State University, and plans to graduate in 2025 with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Social Studies and Political Science/Sociology. Before joining The Southern Group, Rodney worked in Washington, D.C. as an Intern in The White House in the Executive Office of the President. During his time in college, he has served as an NAACP National Democracy Fellow, an American Civil Liberties Union of Florida Redistricting Intern, a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Intern for the Office of Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, a Florida House of Representatives Legislative Intern with Representative Kevin Chambliss, a City of Jacksonville Intern with Kids Hope Alliance, a Florida House of Representatives Policy & Research Intern with Representative Tracie Davis, and as a U.S. House of Representatives Congressional Intern with Congressman Al Lawson.