Spring 2014 ASP student Nicole Noyes (Cedarville University) participated in the Global Development Enterprise track, working with two other team members on researching biofuels in Uganda. As part of her internship with Values & Capitalism at the American Enterprise Institute, she met Ugandan ambassador Oliver Wonekha and set up a meeting with her for the GDEContinue reading “Spring 2014 in Review: GDE Meets with Ugandan Ambassador”
What were ASP students up to last semester before we launched the blog? Here’s a brief overview of the Spring 2014 semester!
Emily Davisson (Olivet Nazarene University) and Analise Nuxoll (Westmont College) had the unique experience of interning alongside each other at the Center for Public Justice last semester. Below, they share about what their time together at CPJ was like. Though most students do not intern with a fellow student from ASP, all of them will be able toContinue reading “Internship Spotlight: Analise Nuxoll & Emily Davisson”
Hannah Wasco (Trinity Christian College) is interning at the American Enterprise Institute this semester. She has enjoyed all the events that AEI has offered, including the chance to hear Bill Gates speak (picture below)! “On March 13, I attended an event at my internship, the American Enterprise Institute. The event was an interview with none other thanContinue reading “Internship spotlight: Hannah Wasco: Spring 2014”
Washington, D.C. is a diverse and multi-faceted city. Through ASP’s Neighborhood Engagement program, each ASP student gains a comparable amount of exposure to the people and cultures of both federal Washington and the neighborhoods of D.C. The shared objective is to hold as many conversations as possible with residents of different neighborhoods. The shared goal isContinue reading “Bus Day 2: Spring 2014”
Amy Baker (Bethel College–IN) is interning for the U.S. Department of State, Investment Affairs Office. Here’s a quick summary of what keeps her busy Tuesday through Thursday! “After two months of interning in the State Department’s Economics Bureau, I am still cracking away at the massive learning curve. My time is split between drafting interagencyContinue reading “Internship Spotlight: Amy Baker”