Crapo Announces Summer Interns
United States Senators- Idaho
Washington, D.C.--Four interns have joined U.S. Senator Mike Crapo’s (R-Idaho) Washington, D.C., Pocatello and Boise offices for the summer term.
“Each of the interns joining my office for this term have demonstrated an interest in public service and will gain first-hand experience of the federal legislative process,” said Crapo. “As Congress considers vital pieces of legislation, their work will greatly assist in my service to Idahoans. Each brings a fresh perspective to our offices, and I look forward to having them on the team for the summer.”
Two interns joined the Washington, D.C., office:
Cassie Williams, who grew up in Coeur d’Alene, currently attends the University of Montana in Missoula. In the fall, she will begin her final year of undergraduate studies in political science and public administration. Cassie has interests in economic development, infrastructure and data privacy.
Elizabeth Hellewell, from Maryland, is currently studying public health at Brigham Young University. She has interests in national health policy and local public health issues.
One intern joined the Boise office:
Kimberly Van Maren, a native of Utah, currently attends Boise State University studying political science, criminal justice and mathematics. She has interests in pro-life issues, first amendment rights and immigration.
One intern joined the Pocatello office:
Lexi Jorgenson, a native of Pocatello, will attend Idaho State University in the fall. Her interests include community development and local government issues.