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Rep. May: Southern Indiana natives gain experience interning at Statehouse


(Left to right) State Rep. Chris May (R-Bedford) and interns Molly Guetig and Abigail Wagner gather in the House Chamber as the legislative session convenes Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024, at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. Guetig and Wagner are interning with the Indiana House of Representatives during the 2024 legislative session.

(Left to right) State Rep. Chris May (R-Bedford) and interns Molly Guetig and Abigail Wagner gather in the House Chamber as the legislative session convenes Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024, at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. Guetig and Wagner are interning with the Indiana House of Representatives during the 2024 legislative session.


 

STATEHOUSE (Feb. 22, 2024) – Southern Indiana students Abigail Wagner and Molly Guetig are gaining experience as interns with State Rep. Chris May (R-Bedford) and his fellow members of the Indiana House of Representatives during the 2024 legislative session. Wagner, a Bedford North Lawrence High School graduate, is the daughter of Chad and Alisha Wagner. She is currently a senior at Indiana University, majoring in history and minoring in criminal justice.

 

"Being an intern for the Indiana House Republicans has already taught me so much and I have met so many people," Wagner said. "I appreciate how hard all the staff and legislators work during the legislative session."

 

As a legislative intern, Wagner corresponds with constituents through phone calls, letters and emails while also staffing committee hearings and floor proceedings.

 

Guetig, a West Washington Jr./Sr. High School graduate, is the daughter of Paul and Donna Guetig. She is currently a junior at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, majoring in business management and philanthropic studies.


"I love being able to work in a place where I'm always learning," Guetig said. "This has been a great opportunity to develop my professional skills."As a legislative intern, Guetig also corresponds with constituents through phone calls, letters and emails while also staffing committee hearings and floor proceedings."These interns are making a big impact here at the Statehouse," May said. "Every day they work hard to help both constituents and legislators. Abigail and Molly are both very talented and we're fortunate to have them as part of our team."  

 

Each year, the House of Representatives offers paid internship opportunities to college students, law school students, graduate students, and recent college graduates for the duration of the legislative session.

 

Visit IndianaHouseRepublicans.com/internship for more information about the House Republican internship program.

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