Hoeven Welcomes Fall Interns to Washington, D.C., Bismarck, and Fargo Offices
Spring Internship Application Deadline November 2
WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven today announced that four students will intern with his Washington, D.C., Bismarck and Fargo offices this fall. The interns will work with the senator and his staff on legislative, communication and administrative projects.
“We are happy to welcome this talented group of young North Dakotans as interns. They have already impressed us with their strong work ethic and passion for North Dakota,” said Hoeven. “During their internship experience, these students will have the ability to expand their knowledge of the congressional process and the issues impacting North Dakota while also developing the skills that will help them achieve their future career aspirations. Interning is a learning experience, and our office is committed to helping these students learn and grow while they are with us.”
Britt Aasmundstad and Rachel Buening are currently working in Hoeven’s Washington, D.C. office.
Britt Aasmundstad is a Devils Lake-native who is joining the Washington, D.C. office as a fall intern while she finishes her senior year studying political science and communication studies at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. Britt actively participates as a member of Concordia’s nationally ranked speech and debate team and looks forward to graduating in May.
Rachel Buening was born and raised in Grand Forks. She studies marketing at Liberty University and is slated to graduate in December 2013. She is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society and served on the leadership team.
Luke Turner, a Bismarck-native, is interning in Hoeven’s Bismarck office. He attended Bismarck State College, Minot State University and the University of North Dakota, where he earned a juris doctorate and master of public administration with an emphasis in health administration. He enjoys studying government and experiencing the political process in action.
Bethany Myles is working in the senator’s Fargo office. Bethany was born and raised in Chicago, Ill., and moved to North Dakota four years ago to complete her undergraduate degree. She is currently in her second year at the University of North Dakota School of Law. She is interested in health law and policy and hopes to practice in this area upon graduation.
Senator Hoeven offers internship opportunities in his Washington, D.C. and state offices. Internships run during summer, fall and spring sessions. The senator is currently seeking spring interns to work in his Washington, Bismarck and Fargo offices. Applications for spring 2013 internship opportunities must be submitted by Friday, November 2. Applicants may apply online at http://hoeven.senate.gov/serving-you/internships or direct questions to (202) 224-2551.
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