WASHINGTON—United States Senator Bill Hagerty (R-TN) today announced the individuals who will be serving as interns in his Washington, D.C. and Tennessee offices for the second summer session.
“I am pleased to offer students this educational opportunity to learn about the legislative branch of government,” Senator Hagerty said. “This internship offers students a first-hand experience on the inner workings of a U.S. Senate office, not only here in Washington as I work to advance important legislation and policies, but also back home in my Tennessee offices as my staff travels the state meeting with citizens and fulfilling casework requests.”
Washington, D.C. Interns
William Owen Alsup is from Nashville, Tennessee. He is a rising senior at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, majoring in Economics and Finance.
Grant Gammon is from Cookeville, Tennessee. He is a senior at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee where he is double majoring in Political Science and Business Management with a minor in Biblical Studies.
Savannah Hall is from Memphis, Tennessee. She will graduate this fall from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, with a B.S. in Public Administration. Hall formerly interned in Hagerty’s state office in Knoxville.
Brandon Jackson is from Franklin, Tennessee. He currently attends the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, majoring in Finance. Jackson previously interned with the Bill Hagerty Campaign for U.S. Senate.
Brandon Newall is from Dayton, Tennessee. He is a rising junior at Lee University, majoring in Public Administration.
Mac Roberts is from Nashville, Tennessee. He is a rising senior at Tulane University, studying Legal Studies and Business.
Jay Hollis is from Signal Mountain, Tennessee. Hollis attends Tennessee Tech University, majoring in Political Science. He is interning in the Cookeville office.
Lauren Link is from Franklin, Tennessee. She is a rising freshman at Vanderbilt University and plans to major in Medicine, Health, and Society on the Pre-Med track. She is interning in the Nashville Office.
Elise Presnell is from Nashville, Tennessee.She is a rising freshman at the University of Richmond and plans to major in Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law (PPEL) and minor in Leadership Studies. She is interning in the Nashville Office.
Daniel Shrader is from Dandridge, Tennessee. He is studying Political Science with a minor in History at the University of the South. He is interning in the Knoxville office.
The fall internship application is now open. The fall session will run from September 13th until December 10th.
The internship application can be accessed here. Positions are limited. Deadline to apply is July 31st.