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Wilson Center Newsletter August 2012
2012 Summer Internships
Paul Thornton '14 interned with US AID in Washington, DC.
He is pictured here with Mary Robinson, the first woman president of Ireland.
Scott Clayton '13 interned with Save Our Sound on a research project on the effects of the proposed Cape Wind project in Nantucket Sound. He also interned with Exelon Energy Corporation's renewable energy in Iowa.
Forrest Allen '13 interned with McMullen Public Affairs in Columbia, SC.
Barrett Keeler '13 joined the staff of the U.S Fulbright Office in Prague as a summer intern.
John Chambers '13 was a summer intern with the State Department at the U.S. Embassy in the Dominican Republic.
Brennan Pritchard '13 attended the German Summer in Muenster Program and then completed an internship with the York County Office of Economic Development in Yorktown, Virginia.
Brennan is pictured with Melissa Dickinson and James Noel.
Richard Pantele '13 interned with the US Fulbright Office in Prague.
Loren Hubbard '13 completed a summer internship with the National Academy of Public Administration in Washington, DC.
Aaron Van Allen '13 interned in the Danville office of Congressman Robert Hurt '91.
McGowan Day '14 interned with the Museum of the Confederacy in Richmond, VA.
McGowan is pictured with S. Waite Rawls III President and CEO.
Alex Cartwright '14 was accepted into the Charles G. Koch Associates Program. He was assigned to an Arkansas policy group and participated in the preparation of a paper on economic freedom and market based solutions to social problems. Alex published the op-ed piece for the Arkansas Business Review.
Christian Hebert-Pryor '14 completed the PPIA Junior Summer Institute at Carnegie Mellon University.