House of Commons

BAME Internship 


The House of Commons has partnered with the Windsor Fellowship to run their annual internship programme, offering eight opportunities to individuals from BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic) communities.  These internships are aimed at individuals from communities that are currently underrepresented within the workforce at the House of Commons.

The House of Commons is committed to attracting talent from a wide range of backgrounds and recognises the value in reflecting the
diversity of the UK population. This internship programme provides paid work experience, employability support and guidance to individuals from BAME communities that are currently underrepresented in the House of Commons’ workforce. The programme is designed to equip interns with the skills and knowledge necessary to apply for full-time positions in Parliament on completion of the programme.


The internship programme is a great way to gain paid work experience in an exciting and unique environment at the heart of the nation’s democracy.  Interns will benefit from mentoring, coaching and support during their internship.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Be from a Black, Asian/Ethnic Minority background

  • Have no restrictions on living/working in the UK

  • Be able to commit to all aspects of the programme

  • Able to work in London for the duration of the internship roles and job descriptions ​


Application Process ​

Applications have closed for 2021-22 to be notified of any new cycles please sign up here


If you have any questions about the programme please email: 

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