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Local student interns at State House

Shrewsbury High School senior Miriam George, who interned with Senator Moore this summer, at the Senator's State House office. (Photo/submitted)

Shrewsbury High School senior Miriam George, who interned with Senator Moore this summer, at the Senator's State House office. (Photo/submitted)

Shrewsbury Shrewsbury High School senior Miriam George interned in Senator Michael O. Moore's (D-Millbury) State House office this summer.

“Miriam was a tremendous asset to my State House office in Boston,” Moore said. “Her intelligence and knowledge of Shrewsbury and the Second Worcester District allowed her to immediately assist my office as we continued the legislative session during these summer months. I wish Miriam great success during her senior year at Shrewsbury High School and all of her future endeavors.”

Year round, Moore welcomes students to his State House office in Boston to participate in an internship. The internship provides an opportunity for students to engage in government and public services.

Any interested college student over the age of 18 is eligible to apply, although some exceptions for high school aged students may be possible. When applying for an internship, the student must send a cover letter stating the reason the student is interesting in interning for Sen. Moore and the dates interested in interning, a resume and a writing sample. If positions are available, students will be notified by the senator's chief of staff and an interview will be scheduled. Students may electronically submit application material to michael.moore@masenate.gov. All internships are unpaid.

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