Displaced Congressperson's Job Bank

Displaced Congressperson's Job Bank

Losing your seat in Congress, whether you chose to retire or were told by your constituents to please not represent them anymore, can be a difficult and painful experience. But leaving Congress does not mean that your days of useful public service are over. In fact, many organizations exist to help you channel your experience and vigor into a new and challenging career.

Here, we have compiled the top opportunities for Congressional career-changers into a user-friendly, large-print job guide. With help from the organizations that know ins and outs of Congressional retirement, we are sure that you will be able to scale the next Hill in your life!

Civilian Congressperson's Corps. (CCC)
In the fine tradition of FDR's Civilian Conservation Corps, the CCC is an exciting new make-work program developed to ensure that all that post-Congressional talent does not go untapped.
  • Facilitate gang reconciliations
  • Spearhead river cleanups
  • Read to Head Starters in underserved communities
  • Fix potholes
  • Monitor HOV lanes
  • Weed gardens for the elderly
  • Assist settlement house patrons
  • Provide at-home help for busy working moms
The Retired Congressperson's Auxiliary
Since 1914 the Retired Congresspersons' Auxiliary of the United States has worked to ensure that America's retired Congresspersons will not be forgotten and those who need fun will get it.
  • Join Retired Congressperson's Chorus
  • Join Retired Congressperson's Christmas Pageant
  • Become an Air Marshall
  • Emcee RCA poetry slams
  • Spawn Congressional Republican baby boom
  • Jointly author Great American Pass-Along Novel (with collaged pictures)
  • Explore finger painting
  • Write letters to the editor in support of retired Congresspersons
  • Sew new flags to replace those lost to flag burnings
  • Fillibuster PTA meetings
  • Hunt spotted owls
  • Referee shuffleboard tournaments
  • Hold Bake Sale Against Terror
The 110th Congress
Our 110th Congress is committed to providing their retired brethren with opportunities for continued service.
  • Teach principles of free trade to Canadians
  • Valet cars in House and Senate Office Building parking lots
  • Act as personal shoppers for new Congresspersons
The White House
President George W. Bush, a loyal American, honors our retired Congresspersons by inviting them to continue the important work of his Illustrious presidency.
  • Paint mural in White House Rose Garden
  • Hide Eater Eggs for White House Easter Eggs Hunt
  • Enforce teen abstinence
  • Establish new colonies
  • Drill for oil
  • Populate Wyoming
  • Police the Canadian border
  • Sell elevator passes to new Congresspersons
Your Local Grocer
Your local grocer is now open until midnight (9pm on Sundays) for your convenience.
  • Corral shopping carts
  • Bag groceries
  • Help customers to their cars
  • Help customers reach items on high shelves

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