Cramer Welcomes Seven Congressional Interns for Summer Term
Washington, D.C. – Today Congressman Kevin Cramer announced the hiring of seven interns to serve in his Congressional offices for the summer.
Interns in the Washington office are Rachel Fearing of Williston, a student at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine, RyanHestbeck of Fargo, a 2013 Minnesota State University Moorhead graduate with a degree in political science, Hannah Noyes of Grand Forks, a freshman at Patrick Henry College studying liberal arts, and Cory Pletan of Dickinson, a junior at Harvard University studying history.
Interning part time in Washington is Danielle Dague, a student in the George Mason University LIFE (Learning into Future Environments) program. The Mason LIFE Program is a supportive academic university experience offering a four year curriculum of study to students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Interns in the Fargo office are Danelle Hopkins of Lisbon, a junior at North Dakota State University studying political science, and GarretZastoupil of Fargo, a junior at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities studying business.
“It is a privilege to welcome these young people to my offices to serve the people of North Dakota. We will put their talents to work on a wide variety of tasks, and the experience they gain in a Congressional office will benefit their education and future careers,” Cramer said.
Applications for the fall internship term are now being accepted. Those interested can find more information on Congressman Cramer’sofficial website, or by calling his Washington, D.C. office at 202-225-2611. Applications are due by July 20.