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Weber completes internship

Sen. John Hoeven recently thanked young people who interned in his offices during the fall semester. One of those interns was Aaron Weber, of Wishek, N.D., who was based in Hoeven's Fargo office. Interns worked with the senator and his staff on l...

Sen. John Hoeven recently thanked young people who interned in his offices during the fall semester.
One of those interns was Aaron Weber, of Wishek, N.D., who was based in Hoeven’s Fargo office. Interns worked with the senator and his staff on legislative, communications and administrative projects.
Weber, who is the son of Jim and Mary Ann Weber, is a 2013 graduate of Wishek High School and is in his junior year at North Dakota State University. There he studies agriculture communications with hopes of attending law school or graduate school. While at NDSU, Weber has been involved with Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, student government, North Dakota Student Association and North Dakota College Republicans, where he serves as president.
To apply to intern in the senator’s office, submit an application online at http://www.hoeven.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/internships .

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