Class of 2018

I read and disseminated the President's mail and email. Utilizing my agriculture degree, I specialized in environmental and energy correspondence. Many of the letters my department read made the President's daily briefing and often resulted in correspondence back from the President, himself.

Most valuable?  The most valuable part of my internship in Washington, DC was adjusting to the D.C. lifestyle. The hustle and flow of the city never quite leaves once you become acclimated. Between grabbing coffees with co-workers, and mentors to attending cocktail hours and receptions to network, I felt prepared for the professional world.

Future plans? I plan on consulting in Chicago for Accenture while doing volunteer and community work on the side.

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Taylor Dugas