Eight interns joined the staff of Van Scoyoc Associates this summer and are getting a full immersion in Washington and the government affairs profession. These future leaders hale from schools across the country. Here are brief bios of the group as pictured nearby, left to right. (Click on picture to enlage it.)
Jon Kozesky attends Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a senior majoring in Accounting and Pre-law. His work experience includes internships for both Sen. Hillary Clinton and Congressman Steve LaTourette. Additionally, Jon has worked as a Government Affairs Assistant for G2G Consulting in Cleveland.
Jacob Heller is a senior at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, Calif., majoring in Computer Science. This is Jacob’s second summer as a VSA intern.
Morgan Branch is a senior at the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs with a double major in Political Science and Philosophy. Morgan worked as an administrative assistant for a law office in Georgia and at the 7th District Courthouse in Georgia.
Peter Szeremeta is a sophomore at the University of Virginia. He has tutored children in math and language arts and worked as a youth basketball referee.
Maggie Devlin is entering her senior year at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, with a double major in Biology and French. She has been a research assistant at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., and an office assistant in a pediatric medical office in McLean, Va.
John Milko is a junior at the University of Southern California majoring in business. He has worked at the University’s School of Business as an office assistant and at the Law Library as a library assistant.
Spencer Pittman is entering his senior year at the University of Oklahoma with a major in Criminology. He has been an intern at the FBI working on the Cyber Crime Task Force and with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections Probation and Parole office in Tulsa.
Jordan Carr (not pictured) is junior at Stanford University majoring in Political Science.