In a story about this year’s White House summer interns, The Washington Post mentions two Dartmouth students—Adam Baer ’16 and Madeline Broas ’16.
“Like most Washington internships, the process is highly competitive: Applicants need to submit a resume, two essays, and two letters of recommendation for the full-time, unpaid jobs in the West and East wings,” the Post writes. “After months of deliberation, interns are selected based on their public service, community leaderships and ‘commitment to the mission of the Obama Administration,’ according to the White House website.”
Dartmouth student Ian Blanco ’14 is also an intern at the White House this summer.
Read the full story, published 7/12/13 by The Washington Post.