Loudoun Campus Student Accepted into the Stennis Center for Congressional Interns

Kim Touch was accepted into the Stennis Center for Congressional Interns. This prestigious program only selects 30 high-performing interns from the Capitol Hill intern pool.

“This great achievement was made possible because of NOVA’s programs and Professor McKee,” said Touch. “Professor McKee was vital to my success and the reason I was able to obtain an internship on Capitol Hill.”

Touch secured her internship through Professor Jill McKee’s Political Science Capitol Hill and Local Intern Program. The program provides students with the opportunities to connect with public policy makers and learn about the government process in the offices on Capitol Hill.

“NOVA is rich with opportunities and networks that many other schools do not have,” Touch said. “Being so close to our nation’s capital, we are given special chances to contribute to changes in our society.”