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Class of 2009 Internship Sites: Summer, 2008
- David P. Breeden- interned on Capitol Hill in the summer of 2007
- Brandon J. Clapp - Citizens Against Government Waste, Washington, DC
- Devin C. Drumheller - Government Affairs office of Freedom Works, Washington, D.C.; a grassroots watchdog organization founded by former TX Congressman Dick Armey
- George M. Heeschen - Office of the City Manager, Charlottesville VA
- Matthew R. "Matt" Hubbard - completed General Assembly internship in the summer of 2007
- Michael R. "Mike" Krewinghaus - Capitol Hill Fellows Program. Click here for A Day in the Life of Mike Krewinghaus, describing his experience as an intern for Senator John Ensign, (R-NV).
- R. Christian Malott - US Department of Commerce
- Spencer R. Mobley - Governmental Affairs Office, VA Manufacturers Association
- Zachary E. "Zach" Smith - Office of the County Manager, Louisa County
- Adam M. Stephenson - Southside Region, Young Life Association
- Brennan W. Walter - Maryland States' Attorney's Office, Baltimore (he also did a Capitol Hill 2007 internship)
- Justin K. Shear - US State Department's Office, Prague, Czech Republic. After an emergency appendectomy shortly after he arrived, Justin had a very good experience.
- Bryan S. Vanetten - Public Service class of 2010 - White & Case LLP, Hong Kong Office. To see photos of Bryan's time in Hong Kong, go to his photo site at Flickr.
- William Pace spent most of his summer in the office of in two Washington D.C. offices. He spent four weeks with Congressman Eric Cantor, the Republican Chief Deputy minority whip and the representative for the 7th District (William's home district in Richmond). William then spent six weeks with Virgil Goode, the House representative for 5th district which includes Hampden-Sydney.