Crapo Welcomes Spring 2014 Interns
Idaho students to gain firsthand knowledge about the legislative process
Washington, D.C. - Idaho Senator Mike Crapo welcomes seven new interns to his Boise regional office and his Capitol office in Washington, D.C., to learn more about Congress and the federal government. Interns assist the Senator and his staff in serving the people of Idaho by conducting legislative research, providing administrative support and giving tours of the U.S. Capitol to visiting Idahoans and their families.
"Having served an internship on Capitol Hill, I know what a tremendous opportunity this can be for Idaho's students," said Crapo. "Gaining firsthand knowledge about our country's most deliberative body benefits young people no matter their chosen future career path or field."
Tim Long, a student at Brigham Young University-Idaho, is pursuing a degree in international relations and Russian. Previously, Tim completed high school on the Kadena Air Force Base in Okinawa, Japan, and served a three-year mission for the LDS Church in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. In the future, Tim plans to continue to travel and attend law school.
Zachary Thomas, an Idaho Falls native, is a student at Brigham Young University-Idaho where he is studying political science and history. Zack has a keen interest in foreign affairs and hopes to obtain a job in the field in the future. In his spare time, Zack enjoys hiking, camping and reading.
Armando Crosland hails from Preston, Idaho, and is a recent graduate of Brigham Young University-Idaho. He enjoys soccer, hiking, camping and studying politics-particularly foreign affairs. Armando hopes to pursue a career at the U.S. State Department in the future.
Jace Gregory, originally from Provo, Utah, is pursuing a degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations at Brigham Young University-Idaho. Jace brings an excitement to the Senator's office to learn more about the legislative process and intends to enroll in law school after completion of his undergraduate degree.
Shaun Hutchinson, originally from Darwin, the capital city of the Northern Territory of Australia, is a student at the University of Canberra where he is studying politics, international relations and business management. Shaun comes to the Idaho Senator's office through an international internship program on Capitol Hill, though he is no stranger to Idaho, as he was fortunate to complete a six month university exchange program at Boise State University and enjoy all the Gem State has to offer. In the future, Shaun plans to earn a master's degree in business administration.
Angel Salazar is a Boise State University (BSU) student working towards a degree in business administration with an emphasis in accounting and finance. Originally from Homedale, Idaho, Angel is a member of BSU's Blue Thunder Marching Band and is a drum coach.
Erin Heuring, a University of Idaho graduate, is returning to serve another internship through Crapo's office. Erin previously completed an internship in the senator's Washington, D.C., office. The Boise native plans to attend law school in the fall.
To learn more about internships offered through Crapo's office, please visit the internship section at http://crapo.senate.gov. Information and application materials on internships as well as deadlines for the materials may be found at https://www.crapo.senate.gov/services/interns.cfm. Due to unanticipated delays in mail delivery on Capitol Hill, students who are applying are encouraged to email ( Kelsey_manweiler@crapo.senate.gov), not mail, their materials to Crapo's DC office.