ASU Senior First D.C. Intern
July 15, 2013
Charles “Chase” Sauvage, a senior at Angelo State University, has been selected as the first participant in the ASU Department of Political Science and Philosophy’s new Government and Public Service Internship Program in Washington, D.C.
A political science major from San Antonio, Sauvage will spend the upcoming fall semester working as an intern for a member of the U.S. Congress. He will stay at the Texas Tech House and receive an $8,000 ASU scholarship to help defray the costs of living in Washington, D.C.
Open to ASU upperclassmen with a major or minor in political science, the internship program is designed to help participating students develop networking skills and build knowledge of public policy. The students also earn six credit hours in political science.
Sauvage is president of ASU’s chapter of the Pi Sigma Alpha political science national honor society and is also pursuing a Certificate in Cultural Competence and Security Studies with a Middle East emphasis through ASU’s Center for Security Studies.
More information on the ASU internship program is available online at www.angelo.edu/dept/political_science/public-service-internship.php.