Local students chosen as White House interns

    Several students from the tri-state area will spend the spring semester working as interns in the White House.

    The students will have the opportunity to work in several offices, including the Office of Cabinet Affairs, the Office of the Chief of Staff, the Office of Scheduling and Advance, the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs, the Office of Health Reform, the Office of Legislative Affairs, the Office of Management and Administration, the Office of White House Counsel, the Office of Energy and Climate Change, the National Economic Council, the Office of Presidential Correspondence, the Presidential Personnel Office, the Communications Department, the Domestic Policy Council, the Office of the First Lady and the Office of the Vice President.

    Represeting our region are:

    New Jersey
    Jennifer Citak, Hometown: Englewood Cliffs, NJ; George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

    Colleen King, Hometown: Cherry Hill, NJ; University of Notre Dame, IN

    Emily Seen, Hometown: Austin, TX; Princeton University, NJ

    Puja Shah, Hometown: Colonia, NJ; Kean University, NJ

    Richard Sun, Hometown: Summit, NJ; Columbia University, NY

    Pennsylvania

    Madison Graboyes, Hometown: Dresher, PA; New York University, NY

    Evan Kaufman, Hometown: Bryn Mawr, PA; Indiana University-Kelley School of Business, IN

    Guenevere Mesco, Hometown: Albuquerque, NM; University of Pennsylvania Law School, PA

    Maryrose Myrtetus, Hometown: Bensalem, PA; Vassar College, NY

    Manishi Rodrigo, Hometown: Alpharetta, GA; Temple University-Beasley School of Law, PA

    Avram Shimm, Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA; Claremont McKenna College, CA

    TuongVan Truong, Hometown: Philadelphia, PA; Temple University, PA

    Delaware

    Helen Boyer, Hometown: Newark, DE; American University, Washington, D.C.

    John Reilly, Hometown: Hockessin, DE; University of Delaware, DE

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