Five Suffolk University students have been selected to attend The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars for the spring semester.
The students and the programs in which they will participate are:
•Severine De Lartigue, International Affairs Program, interning with the American Council for Young Political Leaders
•Yosstina Roubil, International Affairs Program, interning with the Institute for Gulf Affairs
•Brian Tibbetts, International Affairs Program, interning with the Terrorism Research Center
•Sarah Baldwin, Congressional; Leadership Program, interning with U.S. Rep. Tom Allen (D-Maine)
•Jaime Pitchford, Business and Information Technology Program, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Suffolk University sends strong students who compete well for sought-after placements,: said Joseph Johnson, senior vice president of The Washington Center.
The Washington Center is a non-profit educational organization that works with students to develop professional and leadership skills and civic awareness for academic credit.