USD Political Science Students Interning in Capitols and Law Firm
USD’s Farber Fund provides financial support for all eligible undergraduates who major in political science and land an internship. Besides state and U.S. capitols, students in the past also have worked at Parliament in London.
Students, their hometowns and where they will serve internships for academic credit next semester:
U.S. Sen. John Thune's office in Washington:
- Shukri Jama, South Sioux City, Nebraska
U.S. Sen. Mike Rounds’ office in Washington:
- Jordan Hanson, Watertown, South Dakota
- Josh Jorgensen, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
South Dakota Legislature in Pierre, South Dakota:
- Chesney Garnos, Wall, South Dakota
- Emily Wall, Chamberlain, South Dakota
- Stephen Gemar, Mobridge, South Dakota
- Thayme Watson, Brookings, South Dakota
- Catie Dougherty, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
- Cole Morgan, Mitchell, South Dakota
Tieszen Law Office in Pierre, South Dakota:
- Casey Matthiesen, Jasper, Minnesota
- Dan Long, Lake Preston, South Dakota
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