Crapo Welcomes New Interns for Spring Term
Washington, D.C.--Two interns have joined U.S. Senator Mike Crapo’s (R-Idaho) Washington, D.C., and Boise offices for the spring term.
“No doubt, the interns joining my office this spring are experiencing a number of historic events, all while the COVID-19 pandemic continues to present daily challenges across our country,” said Crapo. “Each of these individuals have expressed a commitment to public service and have risen to the continued challenges of a working environment of social distancing and enhanced sanitation. They will bring valuable work to Idahoans, and I look forward to their service in my office.”
One intern joined the Washington, D.C., office:
Abigail Valenzuela, a native of Santa Barbara, California, was raised in Boise from the age of two. She attended Grand Canyon University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management and Marketing. Abbey has interests in Idaho agriculture, urban development, election policy, education and social issues.
Eric Fejer, who served as an intern for the fall 2020 term, will continue serving in the Washington, D.C., office for the spring term.
One intern joined the Boise office:
Andrea Good, born in Colorado, but having lived most of her life in Boise, holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and a minor in Political Science from the University of Idaho. She has interests in health care, environment and natural resources, and education.
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