Young Recognizes Students Who Completed Summer Internships in Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS – U.S. Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.) recognized Hoosier students who participated in the summer internship program in his Indiana offices. The students assisted with daily activities and special projects related to legislation, communications, and constituent services.
The intern class in the Senator’s Indianapolis office included Zuri Cassell (left), a graduate of Indiana University from Indianapolis; Natalle Cawson (top right), a graduate of Liberty University from Noblesville; Adam Spensley (top right), a senior from Carmel attending Purdue University; and Conner Taylor (bottom right), a senior from Carmel attending Wabash College. Caroline Witten from Harrison County interned in the Senator’s New Albany office and is a freshman at Indiana State University (not pictured).
Senator Young’s office offers internship opportunities year-round, in both his Washington, D.C. and Indiana offices. The internship program offers students the opportunity to experience the legislative branch of government and serve Hoosiers.
Students interested in applying can visit Senator Young’s internship webpage or call 202-224-5623 to learn more.
Senator Young released a video to provide more information about the internship program.
***A full resolution photo is available upon request.***
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