Loudoun Student Kim Touch

Loudoun Student Nominated for the Stennis Center Program for Congressional Interns

Loudoun Student Kim TouchLoudoun student Kim Touch is nominated for the prestigious Stennis Center Program for Congressional Interns. Only 30 highperforming interns are accepted as nominees for this esteemed award.

Touch interns on Capitol Hill for Congressman Don Young (R-Alaska). Young plans to extend her internship in hopes of hiring her as a full-time staffer. Upon completion of her A.A. from NOVA, Touch plans to transfer to George Mason University to continue her studies in public policy and Chinese.

Touch pursued this internship through the Loudoun Campus Political Science Capitol Hill and Local Intern Program (PLS 290) directed by Professor Jill McKee. The objective of the program is to offer students a real-world opportunity that fosters growth in professional development and leadership.