White House interns deem experience ‘unforgettable’

Mitchell Fariss, a 2017 UNG graduate, and Evan Setter, a sophomore majoring in political science, interned at the White House during fall 2018.

Fariss, who earned a degree in international affairs, worked in the Office of Public Liaison. Setter, who is from Woodstock, Georgia, worked in Vice President Mike Pence’s office.

“These internships help them connect their experiences in the classroom with real-world problems and concerns,” said Dr. Dlynn Williams, head of the Department of Political Science and International Affairs at UNG.