Meredith Students Chosen for State Internships

Six Meredith students have been chosen to participate in North Carolina State Government Internships.

Meredith students selected for the internships are as follows:

    Lauren Connell, psychology major, Life Story Enhancement Internship, Black Mountain Neuromedical Treatment Center, Dept. of Health and Human Services.
    Carolyn Ingram, political science major, Legislative Intern, N.C. House of Representatives.
    Emily McKenzie, graphic design major, Graphic Design Intern, Department of Commerce Marketing Division.
    Katelyn Moore, studio art/psychology major, Diversity Evaluation Project Intern, Office of State Personnel.
    Virginia Wilkerson, business administration major, Unauthorized Substances Tax Enforcement Agent Internship, Department of Revenue.
    Lauren Williams, English major, News & Features about Community College System Internship, Community College System President’s Office.

The students will be among 100 paid interns selected from a competitive applicant pool of more than 700 college, graduate and law students in North Carolina. Student interns will work full-time from May 26-July 31, 2009.

Date Submitted: 2009-05-19

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