WIP Class of 2003

 

The table below lists the Class of 2003 along with their summer intern placements (interns from past years are also linked).  Intern Web Journals are linked to this page. To access a Web Journal, click on the Intern's name.

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WIP INTERN

SUMMER INTERN PLACEMENT
 
Gemma Amran Vital VoicesA global partnership to support women's progress in building democracies, strong economies and peace.
Corrine Norris (class of 2002)
 
Lyndsey Buchanan U.S. Representative Jack Quinn—Rep. the 30th district of New York. We provide constituent services as related to federal services. Interns attend committee hearings, brief staff members, conduct tours of the capitol, provide general clerical assistance. Intern needs good time management a good sense of humor!
Mark Finan (class of 2002)
Elaine Dunne (class of 2001)
 
Jude Bunting U.S. Representative Donald Payne—Rep. from New Jersey, works on education and the workforce and International Relations.
Ronan Lyons (class of 2002)
Tristen Kelso (class of 2001)
 
Keri Burnside Montgomery County Business Roundtabledeveloped with the primary goal of creating a new model of educational excellence for all students.
Stephen Crawford (class of 2002)
 
Seamus Carey U.S. Representative James Walsh—Rep. From New York. Interns will respond to constituent requests, assist the member on specific projects, attend briefings and hearings. We are open to intern’s interests—we have a learning process with everyone.
Peter Munce (class of 2002)
Angela Flanagan (class of 2001)
Adam Gadd (Class of 2000)
Martin Reilly (class of 1999)
 
Anne-marie Coonan Viet Nam Veterans of America Foundation Communications Dept.—Focus on public education. Our mission is to spread info about landmines and their destruction. Intern would assist spokesperson in gathering info, create fact sheets, handle media inquiries. Enthusiasm, belief in human rights.
Kara Humphreys (class of 2002)
Sarah Therese Quinlan (class of 2001)
 
Nicola Corless CBS News-
Lesley-Anne Denvir (class of 2002)
 
Ross Gillanders Freddie Mac. When Congress created Freddie Mac's charter in 1970, it set a clear mission for us: stabilize the nation's mortgage markets and expand opportunities for homeownership and affordable rental housing.
New for 2003.
 
Rowena Gray Management Conceptsoffers results-oriented training and publications in Management, Financial Management, Acquisition and Contracting, Grants and Assistance, Program Management, and Project Management.
Eamon McHugh (class of 2002)
 
Sharon Haughey U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton—Senator from New York state and former First Lady.
Catherine Duggan (class of 2002)
Brian Koelmeyer (class of 2001)
 
Shona Hurpaul International Finance Corp. IFC—the private sector investment arm of the World Bank, promoting private sector investment in developing countries. Intern would assist in preparation of annual report. He/she will learn about our investment activities throughout the world and gain exposure to the political issues.
Declan Heery (class of 2002)
Alastair Sinclair (class of 2001)
Paddy Graham (Class of 2000)
 
Stephen Judge Environmental Protection Agencyour part of EPA surveys nearly 20,000 companies that generate, treat or transport hazardous waste. An intern would be assigned to a specific report or publication and might be asked to help research new desktop analytical software. Interns are encouraged to "shadow" senior staff.
Claire Devlin (class of 2002)
Christopher Johnston (Class of 2001)
Sabrina McCarron (Class of 2000)
Orla Leonard (class of 1999)
Sarah Darrah (class of 1998)

Maria McKeown (class of 1998)
 
Rory Kelly Richfield Productionsfull service video, film and new media production company. Intern will gain experience in all aspects of production, marketing, and day-to-day office management.
Michelle Magennis (class of 2002)
Ursula Devine (Class of 2001)
Diane Compton (Class of 2000)
Anselm Burke (class of 1999)
David Roy (class of 1998)
 
Tara Maguire Common Cause A nonprofit, nonpartisan citizen's lobbying organization promoting open, honest and accountable government. Supported by the dues and contributions of over 200,000 members and supporters in every state across the nation, Common Cause represents the unified voice of the people against corruption in government and big money special interests.
New for 2003.
 
Claire Martin Street Law, Inc.--Street Law is practical, participatory education about law, democracy and human rights. Through its philosophy and programs, Street Law empowers people to transform democratic ideals into citizen action.
Sarah McKeown (class of 2002)
Diane Halley (class of 2001)
John Mackell (Class of 2000)
Patrick Mulroe (class of 1999)
 
Frank McCabe American Federation of Teachers. The mission of the American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, is to improve the lives of our members and their families, to give voice to their legitimate professional, economic and social aspirations, to strengthen the institutions in which we work, to improve the quality of the services we provide, to bring together all members to assist and support one another and to promote democracy, human rights and freedom in our union, in our nation and throughout the world.
New for 2003.
 
Andrew McCann U.S. Representative E. Clay Shaw, Jr., Republican, Florida.
New for 2003.
 
Peter McClenaghan Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers—a service organization that helps improve BAC members' quality of life — both on and off the job — through access to well-paying jobs and quality benefits, and by building solidarity and support among all BAC members.
Laoise O'Connell (class of 2002)
William Boyd (class of 1999)
 
Laura McCrudden Cable News Network (CNN). This placement will offer a student a rotation of roles where they can experience working in the field, producing in the studio, working on research for shows in the film library and at the assignements desk to see how pre-production and planning works. Students need to be flexible and eager to absorb a variety of media experiences and be ready to work as a team.
Trina Rea (class of 2000)
 
Terry McGuinness U.S. Conference of MayorsThe United States Conference of Mayors is the official nonpartisan organization of cities with populations of 30,000 or more. There are about 1,100 such cities in the country today. Each city is represented in the Conference by its chief elected official, the mayor. Intern will be involved in a variety of issues and projects.
Anja Friedrich (class of 2002)
Andrea Erskine (class of 2001)
 
Paula McKernan Justice For Children. A national nonprofit organization of citizens concerned about children's rights and their protection from abuse. Our mission is to raise the consciousness of our society about the failure of our governmental agencies to protect victims of child abuse, to provide legal advocacy for abused children and to develop and implement, on a collaborative basis where possible, a full range of solutions that enhance the quality of life for these children. Interns read cases and go to court on special projects. They may also work with legal firms that provide pro bono services for JFC.
 
Eoin O'Connor Dept. of Energy, Gen. CounselGen. Counsel is chief legal office for the U.S. Dept. of Energy. (A wide range of opportunity is available here—this is a new staff with the new administration, so the intern can shape own experience. Enthusiastic about getting an intern.)
James Morrison (class of 2002)
Emer O’Flaherty (class of 2001)
John Devaney (Class of 2000)
 
Maurice Rankin U.S. Representative Edward J. Markey, Democrat, Massachusetts.
New for 2003.
 
Liam Reilly U.S. Representative Peter Kinga member of the House of Representatives from NY in his 5th term. Interns are exposed to a number of great experiences! They can attend hearings, press conferences, see congress in action. Interns in writing letters to constituents, attend hearings, assist with filing, etc.
Joseph George (class of 2002)
Jonathan Small (class of 2001)
Niall Fox (Class of 2000)
Sean Rooney (class of 1999)
 
Christopher Sheldon U.S. Representative Joseph Crowley—Representative from New York. Interns attend hearings, research, attend briefings, write constituent mail and general office assistance. Need great interpersonal skills.
David Hughes (class of 2002)
Mary Morgan (class of 2001)
Emer Currie (Class of 2000)
 
Michaela Smyth Northern Ireland Bureau—The intern will assist the diplomatic staff in an embassy-type role. He/she will prepare papers, organize functions, and must feel comfortable among diplomatic professionals and senior U.S. officers.The work will be in a new unit that represents a new beginning for Northern Ireland in a U.S. context.
Emma Little (class of 2002)
Pauline Fee (class of 2001)
 
Emma Stewart The DC Multidoor Dispute Resolution Division of the DC Superior Court. The intern will work with Neglect and Abuse Mediation (for families and Children); Family Mediation Child Support issues etc.; and Civil Mediation-Community Service and Complaints. The intern will be engaged in a variety of tasks and help interview clients, and make referrals and learn the process of mediation by sitting on mediation sessions and meeting with the Judges on various cases and issues.
New for 2003.
 
Carrie Tighe Susan Davis Internationala full-service PR agency. Most of our clients come from the non-profit sector. Intern would gain hands-on experience and honest look at inner workings of a PR agency. Intern must be communicative, open to constructive criticism and a team player.
Aideen McGaughey (class of 2002)
Eamon Devlin (Class of 2001)
 
Christopher Johnston
class of 2001
Office Manager
WIP (formally Young Leaders) Office
Katherine Twamley (class of 2002)
Anthony Sloan (class of 2002)
Diarmuid Cahill (Class of 2001)
Kathryn Walls (Class of 2001)
Noel Griffin (class of 1999)
Claire Kirk (class of 1999)
 
David Hughes
class of 2002
Coordinator
WIP (formally Young Leaders) Office
Katherine Twamley (class of 2002)
Anthony Sloan (class of 2002)
Diarmuid Cahill (Class of 2001)
Kathryn Walls (Class of 2001)
Noel Griffin (class of 1999)
Claire Kirk (class of 1999)
 
Kathryn Walls
Class of 2000
Coordinator
WIP (formally Young Leaders) Office
Katherine Twamley (class of 2002)
Anthony Sloan (class of 2002)
Diarmuid Cahill (Class of 2001)
Kathryn Walls (Class of 2001)
Noel Griffin (class of 1999)
Claire Kirk (class of 1999)

 

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