CAMPUS ALERT: Due to the weather, all evening classes at CSB and SJU are canceled. The LINK bus will run on its regular schedule until 5 p.m. and then every hour on the hour for the remainder of the evening, weather permitting. Pre-scheduled campus and community events and college/university sponsored events scheduled at off campus locations may continue at the discretion of the divisional VP.
Washington DC Summer Internship Program - Summer 2007
Summer 2007 students and internship sites:
- Mallorie Grehn, a senior political science major from Washburn, Wis., interned at the offices of Rep. Dave Obey (D, Wis.);
- Aimee Haag, a senior peace studies major from Litchfield, Minn., interned at the offices of the Guatemala Human Rights Commission/USA;
- Jenna Haler, a senior political science major from Hastings, Minn., interned at the offices of the Public Defenders Service for the District of Columbia;
- Ashleigh Marie Leitch, a junior political science major from Willmar, Minn., interned at the offices of Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D, Minn.);
- Katherine Ann McCoy, a senior political science major from Denver, interned at the offices of Americans for Democratic Action;
- Robyn Meyer, a junior political science and Spanish double major from St. Cloud, Minn., interned at the offices of Sen. Klobuchar;
- Ying Xu, who graduated from CSB May 12 with a major in economics, interned at the offices of Chwat and Company, a lobbying and public affairs firm. She is from Kingston, Jamaica.
- Thomas Carl Freeman, a senior political science major from Eagan, Minn., interned at the offices of David Turch and Associates, a government relations firm which provides strategic planning, legislative goal setting and political analysis;
- Andrew North Johnson, a senior political science major from Eden Prairie, Minn., interned at the office of Sen. Norm Coleman (R, Minn.);
- Dusko Stojanovic, a senior political science major from Bosnia and Herzogovina, interned at the offices of the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzogovina.
The Washington D.C. Summer Study Program is an 8-credit learning community program.
In addition to working in Washington D.C., participants are expected to learn about the sites where other program participants are working, to participate in orientation meetings, seminars, and workshops, as assigned throughout the year and through the summer.
Students live in community in furnished apartments near the Metro and experience life as a urban professional.