Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement

 

 

 

 

Previous Thomas E. Bellavance Interns

 

The fifth Thomas E. Bellavance intern (2005 - 2006)  was Carrie Kellams.  Carrie was a biology major. 

 




 

The fourth Thomas E. Bellavance intern (2004 - 2005) was Owen Jarvis. Owen was a senior English and Philosophy double major.  Owen represented students on the SU Government Relations Committee.  After graduation he attended law school.


The third Thomas E. Bellavance Intern (2003 - 2004) was Brian Young.  Brian was a senior political science and history double major from Bel Air, Maryland.  Active in his community since the age of six, Young has been involved in numerous facets of civic engagement, ranging from his service as an Eagle Scout to his work in the offices of Congressman Wayne Gilchrest and Delegate Barry Glassman.  Young's leadership experience and past volunteer work include the founding of the Union for Community Action at Salisbury University in the fall of 2002.  Brian represented students on the SU Government Relations Committee.   After graduation he attended law school.


The second Thomas E. Bellavance Intern (2002 - 2003) was Ron Cirillo.  Ron was a senior political science and conflict resolution/peace studies double major from Denton, Maryland.  In addition to holding a seat in the University's Student Government Association, he also represents students on the SU Government Relations Committee.  He has been active in Salisbury community affairs including the recent mayoral campaign and has worked in the downtown law offices of Laws and Robertson.  After graduation he attended graduate school in international intelligence and strategy.
 


The first Thomas E. Bellavance Intern (2001 - 2002) was Carson Friedman.  Carson was a senior political science major from Walkersville, Maryland. Previously to receiving this award, she had already interned for the Population Resource Center in Washington and Salisbury University's own Government Relations Committee.  During her internship, she won the University's “Outstanding Community Service Award” for tutoring migrant students. After graduation she received a scholarship to attend graduate school in International Studies.