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    Rutledge Welcomes Summer Interns


    July 7, 2017

    Says, ‘Interns have the opportunity to obtain crucial experiences through service-learning’

    LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has welcomed 12 students from across the State into the Attorney General’s office internship program.

    “Interns have the opportunity to obtain crucial experiences through service-learning,” said Attorney General Rutledge. “Interning in the public sector provides new educational opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. It is a privilege to have some of the brightest young people in Arkansas join the Attorney General’s office for the summer session.”

    Jack Cain is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas studying political science. Cain is from Searcy where he graduated from Harding Academy in 2016.

    Jackson Chance is a junior in high school planning to study political science in college. Chance is from Little Rock where he is homeschooled and will graduate in 2019.

    Colton Fisher is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas studying political science. Fisher is from Little Rock where he graduated from Little Rock Christian Academy in 2016.

    Claire Frueauff is a senior at Hendrix College studying political science. Frueauff is from Little Rock where she graduated from Parkview High School in 2014.

    Jacob Gibson is a senior at the University of Arkansas studying criminal justice. Gibson is from Vilonia where he graduated from Vilonia High School in 2013.

    Grace Hambuchen is a junior at Saint Louis University studying political science. Hambuchen is from Maumelle where she graduated from Mount St. Mary Academy in 2015.

    Sam Harper is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas studying political science. Harper is from Hazen where he graduated from Hazen High School in 2016.

    Cole Jester is a junior at Ouachita Baptist University studying political science, Christian studies and philosophy. Jester is from Benton where he graduated from Benton High School in 2015.

    Randall King graduated from Hendrix College where he majored in political science. King is from Dallas where he graduated from MacArthur High School in 2013.

    Andrew Manning is a junior at the University of Arkansas studying political science. Manning is from Little Rock where he graduated from the Catholic High School for Boys in 2015.

    Ben Thomas is a senior at Christian Life College studying theology. Thomas is from Cabot and graduated from Vilonia High School in 2014.

    Anna Toepfer is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas studying psychology. Toepfer is from Little Rock where she graduated from Episcopal Collegiate School in 2016.

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