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February 2016

Southeastern Junior to Serve Internship in Office of U.S. Rep. Mullin

Joy Hofmeister, state superintendent of public instruction.

Southeastern junior Sierra Janway is serving as an intern in the office of U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin.

Southeastern Oklahoma State University junior Sierra Janway will get to experience life on Capitol Hill this spring.

The psychology major from Heavener, Okla., will serve as an intern in the office of U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin. Her work will include attending congressional meetings, offering tours of the Capitol, and secretarial duties.

“I’m very excited about this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," said Janway, who lists native studies as her minor. “I plan to take full advantage of this learning experience and share it with others when I return home."

“Congressman Mullin has been on our campus on several occasions and we appreciate his support and interest in higher education," said Southeastern President Sean Burrage. “I might add that during these visits, he has always made it a point to interact with our students, faculty and staff, which I think is very important. Sierra is an outstanding representative of Southeastern, and we are delighted that she has been chosen to participate in this internship program."

Rep. Mullin represents the 2nd Congressional District in Oklahoma.

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