Washington DC–Three interns have joined U.S. Senator Mike Crapo’s (R-Idaho) offices in Washington, D.C. and Boise for the spring 2022 term.
“Internships in my Washington, D.C. and Boise offices offer young people interested in public service the opportunity to witness the federal legislative process first-hand,” Crapo said. “This group of interns brings a fresh perspective to the federal legislative process, and I look forward to seeing their work and their successes.
An intern will serve in the Washington, DC office:
Olivia Craig currently studying political science and public relations at Brigham Young University-Idaho. She is interested in health care, small business, banking and trade relations.
Two interns will serve in the Boise office:
Devin Swanson was raised in Idaho and currently attends the College of Western Idaho, where he is studying political science. Devin is interested in federal investigations, law and foreign affairs. He would like to work in the protective services or in federal politics one day.
Nick Kochergin, a native of Twin Falls, is currently attending Boise State University and majoring in political science, criminal justice, and sociology. He later hopes to attend law school and enter Idaho state politics.
Crapo hosts interns in its DC office as well as in the various regional offices in Idaho. Students interested in positions for the spring, summer, or fall semesters can find more information about the application process, internship expectations, and application deadlines on the Senator’s official website at ‘address : https://www.crapo.senate.gov/services/for-students/internships.