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Established by Stephanie White Bradford in memory of her sister Jocelyn White Martin '75, this fund supports students who show an interest in public service.

Congressional/Intergovernmental Relations Intern - Partnership for Public Service


During my enriching internship experience at the Department of Housing and Urban Development's office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations, I had the privilege of actively contributing to the agency's mission and policy efforts. As part of the team, I played a role in preparing briefing materials, memos, and reports to effectively communicate HUD's initiatives and positions to Congressional members and their staff.

Archeological Curation Intern - Carnegie Museum of Natural History


Many people throughout their lives visit museums out of curiosity or to find enjoyment in the prospect of learning. However, there are many moving pieces that are required behind-the-scenes to ensure an educational and informative experience. This “behind-the-scenes" work is what I was able to experience this summer. I was an Archaeological Collections Intern at the Annex of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History (CMNH).

Summer Legislative Intern - Office of U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen


This internship provided an amazing opportunity for experiential learning, networking opportunities, and personal and professional growth. As a legislative intern in the U.S. Senate working on Capitol Hill, I got the chance to lead Capitol tours, work New Hampshire events, correspond with New Hampshire constituents, oversee social media platforms, and assist with legislative projects. I also got to draft memos, constituent letters, and press releases. Finally, I had the chance to attend congressional lectures, hearings, and briefings.

Summer Intern - American Continental Group (ACG)


ACG Advocacy is one of Washington, D.C.'s premier consulting and government affairs firm. As a summer intern, I worked closely with the research associates to complete tasks for senior partners and their clients. Some of these tasks included briefing congressional hearings and markups, conducting research on legislation, and taking notes at meetings on Capitol Hill. One client that I worked particularly closely with was the League of Women Voters. Through working with the LWVUS, I was able to build upon my networking skills and enhance my writing skills.