Students from Boise, Idaho Falls and Lewiston to assist Senatorâ??s staff
Washington, DC â?? Idaho Senator Mike Crapo has welcomed four interns for the summer in his Washington, D.C., office. The interns, who have arrived in D.C. at different times, began work earlier this month and will assist in office operations and legislative duties through August 2005. Christina Davis, Idaho Falls, graduated from Gonzaga University in Washington state in May with a B.A. in Public Relations. Davis has served as the captain of Gonzagaâ??s womenâ??s volleyball team for the last two years. She volunteers with Habitat for Humanity and a local homeless shelter. She is a 2001 graduate of Skyline High School in Idaho Falls. Meg Greco, a native of Eagle, Idaho, currently attends Seattle Pacific University, where she is majoring in political science. She has been active on the womenâ??s soccer team. She is a graduate of Eagle High School, where she served as student body president. Anne Lloyd, Boise, currently attends Middlebury College in Vermont where she is majoring in art/architecture. She is active in student leadership and athletics and plays on the womenâ??s varsity soccer team. She graduated from Timberline High School in Boise in 2002. Lewiston native Katherine Pring graduated from Lewiston High School in 2003 and is presently enrolled in dance and acting classes in New York City. Throughout high school, she was active in dance and theatre, singing, and journalism. The Congressional intern program is targeted for college students who are interested in learning more about the political process and how Congress operates. Selection is made through an application process that includes submitting a cover letter, resume and references. College credit is worked out on an individual basis with the student's university. To learn more about the internships offered through Crapoâ??s office, please visit the Student section at http://crapo.senate.gov.