Congressman Jim McGovern

Representing the 2nd District of Massachussetts
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Local Youth Complete Summer Internship with Congressman McGovern in Worcester

Sep 7, 2016
Press Release

WORCESTER, MA – Congressman Jim McGovern (MA-02) expressed his appreciation to the 27 Massachusetts residents who completed a summer internship in his Massachusetts district offices.

“Each summer we are proud to welcome young people from across the district to serve in our offices in Central and Western Massachusetts,” Congressman McGovern said. “These internships are an opportunity to serve our community and gain the valuable skills and experiences that will prepare them for rewarding careers and bright futures. It has been exciting to watch each of them learn and grow and I know big things are ahead for this next generation of leaders.”  

Summer 2016 interns in Congressman McGovern’s Massachusetts offices come from across the district, including Auburn, Millbury, North Grafton, Northborough, Orange, Shrewsbury, West Boylston, Westborough, and Worcester. Photos and information about each summer intern are below.

Anna Bebbington is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office and is a junior studying Sustainable Development at Worcester University of Andrews in Scotland.

Benjamin Salfeld is from North Grafton, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a senior at Bancroft High School in Worcester. 

Caleb Horton is from Portland, Maine, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a senior studying American Government at Clark University in Worcester.

Charles Lewis is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a junior studying Business Management at Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts.

Cherie Li is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a junior studying Political Science at Clark University in Worcester.

Claire Hunter is from Auburn, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a junior studying Political Science at Syracuse University in upstate New York.

Cory Sagerstrom is from Shrewsbury, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a senior at St. Johns High School in Shrewsbury.

David LaJeunesse is from Auburn, served as an intern in the Worcester office this summer and in previous years, and graduated from Clark University in Worcester with a master’s degree in American History.

Emily Lowe is from Northborough, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a sophomore studying History and Secondary English at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Emily Bigwood is from Westborough, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a junior studying Mathematics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester.

Gabriel Angelini is from Westborough, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a senior at Westborough High School.

Irtiqaa Ahmed is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a student at North High School in Worcester.

Isabella Van Atten is from West Boylston, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a student at Notre Dame Academy in Wprcester.

Jean-Philippe Matondo is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a senior studying International Business at Worcester State University.

Kasey Poulin is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is currently a graduate student in the Master’s in Public Administration program at Clark University.

Katherine Johnson is from Auburn, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a junior studying Political Science at Providence College in Rhode Island.

Kerry Shea is from Shrewsbury, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a senior studying History and Political Science at UMass Amherst.

Liam Davidson is from Shrewsbury, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and after graduating from St. John’s High School in Worcester this year, will start as a freshman at Dartmouth College this fall.

Michael Tozeski is from Shrewsbury, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and graduated this year from the University of Connecticut with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science.

Patrick Moseley is from Millbury, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a senior studying History at Worcester State University.

Samuel Cullen is from West Boylston, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a senior at St. Sebastian’s School in Needham.

Tyler Connors is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and recently graduated from Clark University with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations.

Wei Zhang is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office, received a Bachelor’s of Science in International Economics and Trade from Clark University, and is currently enrolled in their Master’s of Public Administration program.

Zebra Khan is from Shrewsbury, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a sophomore studying Political Science at McGill University in Canada.

Ryan Early is from Worcester, served as an intern in the Worcester office, and is a student at Clark University.

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