Grad Student Interns in Boozman's Washington Office
JONESBORO — Hunter Sadler of Little Rock, a graduate student at Arkansas State University, recently completed five weeks as a congressional intern in the Washington, D.C., office of U.S. Senator John Boozman.
Sadler, a 2014 graduate of A-State with a degree in psychology, is a first-year graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in public administration.
During his time in the nation’s capital, Sadler attended committee hearings and legislative briefings, worked with congressional staff on public works and other legislation, provided constituent services to Arkansans, attended lectures from multiple Congressmen and guests, gave tours of the U.S. Capitol and shadowed Boozman during meetings, hearings and receptions.
“I have had a really good time over the last few weeks in Washington getting an inside perspective on the legislative system. I recommend interning on the Hill to any and all political science students, or anyone interested in public service,” Sadler said.
“Hunter has been a tremendous help to the people of Arkansas during his time in Washington. I appreciate his enthusiasm, knowledge and dedication to serving Arkansans and being an ambassador for our office,” Boozman said.
Senior Julia Williams of McRae also served as an intern this summer in Boozman’s Little Rock office.