Published on June 14, 2010  

Jessica Cunningham is taking part in a two-week seminar on “Extending Liberty” at Yale University, and then will be interning with Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander for the rest of the summer.

Matthew Culbreth is working in the office of Virginia Congressman Randy Forbes.

Leanna Cannafax is working for Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss.

Jayme Cloninger is continuing her work as a Public Policy Consultant for the global Food for the Hungry.

Dan Hall is working for Mississippi Senator Thad Cochrane.

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