WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Jim Risch (R-Idaho), ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, recently welcomed four new committee interns for the spring term.
“On behalf of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee minority, I am glad to welcome four new interns for the spring term,” said Risch. “As we continue to face unprecedented challenges with the COVID-19 pandemic, these students will experience firsthand how Congress handles major global issues. I am confident they will have a productive and successful term."
The SFRC interns this spring are:
Carrier is a senior at Miami University where she studies political science and social justice. Carrier is interested in human rights, environmental policy, and education, and would like to pursue a position in government or in the non-profit sector. In the future, she would also like to attend law school.
Davis is a junior at the University of Southern California where she is majoring in international relations and minoring in business. She is interested in pursuing a career in the private sector, at USAID, or at the Department of State with a focus on strengthening small businesses, fostering economic growth, and eliminating corruption, particularly in Latin America.
New York City, N.Y.
Jack is a junior at the University of Southern California where he is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in international relations and the global economy with a minor in law and policy. His primary interest is in national security policy. After graduation, he hopes to attend law school and eventually pursue a career in politics.
Berrien Springs, Mich.
Stoub is a senior at Hillsdale College where she is majoring in history. Stoub is particularly interested in foreign policy education, and hopes to serve as a Foreign Service Officer for the Department of State.
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