Washington Interns Selected for Summer Program


Students who will intern in Washington, D.C., during the summer 2005 stand with Julia DeLancey, campus co-liaison, and Garry Gordon, vice president for academic affairs. Pictured from left to right are DeLancey, Sarah Cunningham, Ryan Lewis, Christine Schlosser, Trevor Marlow and Gordon.

Four students have been accepted to the summer 2005 Truman in Washington Program. These students will intern for various agencies throughout the Washington, D.C., area.

The following students were selected: Sarah Cunningham, junior pre-business administration major from Sedalia, Mo.; Ryan Lewis, junior history major from Chesterfield, Mo.; Trevor Marlow, senior communication and English double major from Columbia, Mo.; and Christine Schlosser, senior communication and political science double major from Cape Girardeau, Mo.

In addition, the four spring 2005 interns from Truman have been placed. Tony Albrecht, senior English major from Chesterfield, Mo., is working at the Environmental Protection Agency in the Office of Transportation and Air Quality, Media Relations. Matthew Hanley, senior history major from Kirksville, is working for the Coast Guard. Amanda Knox, senior communication major from East Troy, Wis., is working in the Office of Air and Radiation for the director of communications at the Environmental Protection Agency. Corey Owens, junior communication major from Blue Springs, Mo., will work for the American Civil Liberties Union. All of these students will earn academic credit for their work experience.

Students interested in applying for the Truman in Washington program should contact the campus co-liaisons, Julia DeLancey and Diane Tobin Johnson at campusliaison@truman.edu. Starting fall 2005 interested students should contact Tobin Johnson at the same address.
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