Spring and Summer 2017
Evergreen’s proximity to the Washington State Capitol Campus may be one reason it’s the most represented college of its size, with 14 student enrolled in the 2016-17 school year, interning with legislators from around the state.
But students, faculty, and legislators involved in Evergreen’s legislative internship program say it’s the critical thinking and negotiating skills developed at Evergreen that make students a natural fit for legislative policy and procedure.
Unlikely allies work together to improve economic viability in Grays Harbor
Aya Kondo ’18 had just begun her senior year at the historic Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. At the same time, she was making small-batch ice cream in the town’s corner store.
It was there she met an alumna who helped launch Kondo’s college career by introducing her to The Evergreen State College.
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