Leavitt Center Interns at 2020 Utah Legislative Session

Posted: February 26, 2020 | Author: Savannah Byers | Read Time: 1 minutes

Leavitt Center Legislative Interns 2020The Utah Legislature is in session, and so are many student interns from Southern Utah University’s Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service. The Utah Legislative Session is just one of the many internship programs available through the student-run Leavitt Center. 

"The Leavitt Center Internship Program works hard to provide the students of SUU with experiential learning opportunities and connect hardworking students with lawmakers on the local, state, and national level,” said Leavitt Center Internship Coordinator Sadie Sanchez. “With an average of 35 students placed in internships through our program per year, the Leavitt Center demonstrates its commitment to allowing students to meet their maximum potential both inside and outside of the classroom."

The Leavitt Center’s internship program places students in paid, public sector internships on the local, state, and national levels. Here are the students currently interning at the Utah Legislative Session, and the senator or representative they’re working with: 

  • Hannah Davila MacArthur, Sen. Sandall (R)
  • Tindio Sarah Kone, Rep. Watkins (R)               
  • James Leavitt, Rep. Lyman (R), Rep. Shipp (R)
  • Evan Miller, Sen. Vickers (R)
  • Maxwell Rogers, Rep. Seegmiller (R)
  • Finn Rose, Rep. Schultz (R)
  • Maddie Clark, Rep. Derrin Owens (R)

The Michael O. Leavitt Center is the center for politics and public service at SUU and the only student-managed center of its kind in Utah. With focuses on research, citizenship, leadership, and service, the center advocates for increased civic engagement among the campus and local communities

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