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At the U.S. Chamber, you'll be part of an experienced, spirited, and forward-thinking team that enables us to be the guardians of businesses, industries, and governments when what they need most is resolute direction and guidance.

This means a chance to make a real difference.

Our talented staff includes professionals with skills and expertise from diverse backgrounds, which ensures access to the brightest minds, most influential people, and the opportunity to grow, no matter where you are in your career.

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Other Opportunities

Internships at the U.S. Chamber

Join the U.S. Chamber for an outstanding and substantive internship program for the nation’s best and brightest young leaders. Interns receive a hands-on, meaningful work experience designed to meet their academic and career goals in the center of Washington, D.C.

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Next-Gen Scholars Program

The U.S. Chamber offers the Next-Gen Scholars Program, which contributes to the development of the next generation of business leaders. The program offers internships that introduce students from historically black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions to the world of business, public policy, government affairs, and advocacy.

Our Culture

Tatiana Bowe, Executive Assistant
The Chamber houses unparalleled talent under one roof and provides engagement opportunities for its employees. From a coffee pop-up to a Chamber-wide team retreat, there are a number of activities throughout the year to interact with and learn from my peers.— Tatiana Bowe, Executive Assistant
Kendra Gaither, Vice President, Africa Division
With 95% of the world’s consumers living outside of the U.S., the work of our International Division is indispensable for U.S. businesses of all sizes that are looking to grow globally. I’m proud to contribute to a team that values diverse public policy backgrounds, skill sets, and creative problem solving and works on behalf of our members.— Kendra Gaither, Vice President, Africa Division
Moore Hallmark, Vice President, Regional Affairs and Advocacy
In the Chamber’s regional offices, we have the pleasure of working closely with each region’s members of Congress, business and association members, and state and local chambers of commerce.— Moore Hallmark, Vice President, Regional Affairs and Advocacy

Employee Resource Groups

We support and empower employee resource groups (ERGs), which are open to all, so that like-minded employees can build stronger internal communities.

Our Impact

American businesses serve people, solve problems, and save lives. They create jobs—and with them, opportunity, security, and prosperity—in communities across the country. This is hard work, with many uncertainties and obstacles, but America’s job creators get up and do it every day because they believe in the power of business to be a force for good in our society.

At the U.S. Chamber, we get up every day to help them do it. The government plays a role too. With the right decisions, our leaders help, rather than hinder, business-led growth.

That’s why we fight for the policies we need to help businesses lead our economy out of the worst downturn since the Great Depression and fight against the crippling partisanship that stymies progress. Businesses need the right regulatory environment, trade agenda, legal system, workforce policies, and rules for the modern economy to drive the growth that will lift our country and help our people.

Our job is to help them get it. Join us and make a difference.