Mead Internship Program

The Mead Internship Program, which began in 1951, is supported by a generous gift from the estate of George J. Mead. The program encourages Williams students to prepare for and participate in government service at the federal, state, and local levels. Mead stated in his will, “This gift shall be used to improve the quality of leadership and service in all branches of government.”

Solomon Pacifico Scholl ’24

Solomon Pacifico Scholl at the office.

Law Offices of Diamond Litty, 19th Judicial Circuit Public Defender, Stuart, FL This summer I interned at the Martin County office of Florida’s 19th Circuit Public Defender. I worked directly under the office’s only misdemeanor attorney, which gave me the chance to handle every misdemeanor case in Martin County for… Continue reading »

Katie Jung ’24

Katie Jung displaying work.

Office of Massachusetts State Representative Tricia Farley-Bouvier, Boston, MA I interned remotely for the Massachusetts legislature under Massachusetts State Representative Tricia Farley-Bouvier. Rep. Farley-Bouvier, who represents the City of Pittsfield, prioritizes policies that support women, people with disabilities, immigrants and K-12 education. Her legislative aides, who were my internship advisors,… Continue reading »

Emma Schulman ’24

Emma Schulman at the Merrimack Superior Court.

New Hampshire Public Defender, Manchester, NH This summer, I had the pleasure of working as an investigator intern with the New Hampshire Public Defender. My experience working there was nothing short of eye-opening, and I am grateful to have had this opportunity. It was an incredibly engaging summer internship, with… Continue reading »

Simon Kent ’23

Office of Massachusetts State Representative David LeBoeuf, Boston, MA This summer I was able to utilize a previous connection I had made through the ASIP program to self-source an internship in the Massachusetts Legislature. I was working for Representative David LeBoeuf, doing whatever necessary for the representative in order to… Continue reading »

Carolina Skinner ’23

Carolina Skinner and Attorney General Weiser.

Phil Weiser for Colorado, Denver, CO This summer I interned on the reelection campaign of Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser. Phil Weiser has established a strong commitment to justice as well as the protection of the interests and rights of all Coloradans and he is up for reelection in November. Continue reading »

Maria Lobato Grabowsky ’25

Maria Lobato Grabowsky posing for a photo.

Essex Newark Legal Services, Newark, NJ Essex Newark Legal Services is a private nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to Essex County’s low-income residents. Attorneys at Essex Newark Legal Services fight for their clients when landlords attempt to evict them or deprive them of basic needs such as water… Continue reading »

Brendan Stannard ’25

Brendan Stannard, Tim Shugrue, Joann Shugrue, and Steven Zuccalo pose for a photo.

Committee to Elect Timothy J. Shugrue for Berkshire County District Attorney, Pittsfield, MA This summer, I worked on Timothy J. Shugrue’s campaign for Berkshire County District Attorney. My work was divided into two separate paths: ‘fieldwork’ with the candidate and data entry through Google slides and a software program named… Continue reading »

Niko Malhotra ’24

Niko Malhotra at The Capitol.

Office of U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, Washington, D.C. This summer I was privileged to work as a legislative intern in the office of Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) in Washington, D.C. This immersive experience in Congress was instrumental in both shaping my career goals as well as deepening my respect for… Continue reading »

Nicole Toney ’23

Nicole Toney and a fellow intern.

Office of New York City Council Member Carlina Rivera, New York, NY This summer, I worked as a community aide intern in the office of New York City Council Member Carlina Rivera. I worked out of the district office within District 2 of New York City, where constituents are welcome… Continue reading »

Ella Marx ’24

Ella Marx at the DOJ.

U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Public Affairs, Washington, D.C. This summer, I was an intern in the justice department’s Office of Public Affairs (OPA) in Washington, D.C. As an intern, I primarily helped OPA by working on releases, preparing news clips and handling inquiries from the national news media. Continue reading »

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