CHARLESTON, W.Va. - West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner is pleased to announce that five college and university students from across West Virginia have joined his office for exclusive summer internships.
West Virginia University sophomore Nicholas Reeder; WVU College of Law students Andrew Means and Kendra Welker; Marshall University senior Rebecca Turnbull; and West Virginia Wesleyan College senior Isaiah Robinson will be spending the summer working with staff in the Secretary of State’s Office.
“These young people are valuable additions to our staff,” said Secretary Warner. “These five professionals are intelligent, talented and eager to make a difference. We’re hoping to give them opportunities that interest and challenge them all summer long.”
Nicholas and Isaiah will be working with the Business & Licensing Division while Kendra is working with the Legal Division, and Andrew and Rebecca are assigned to the Elections Division.
Nicholas is majoring in History and minoring in Political Science. His future plans include attending law school at West Virginia University. He is a 2016 graduate of Hurricane High School in Putnam County. Isaiah is a track and field standout at WVWC. Isaiah is a 2014 graduate of Buffalo High School in Putnam County
Kendra holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance from WVU. She is a 2010 graduate of Frankfort High School in Mineral County. Andrew graduated WVU with a Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy and English. He is a 2011 graduate of Riverside High School in Kanawha County.
Rebecca majors in Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations, and minors in Constitutional Democracy. When she graduates from Marshall, she hopes to attend the Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University.
Pictured (from left to right): Andrew Means, Nick Reeder, Isaiah Robinson, Secretary of State Mac Warner, Rebecca Turnbull, and Kendra Welker.