Daniela Carvajal-Macias.

Daniela Carvajal-Macias, a junior pre-law student majoring in Spanish, has been selected for a National High School Equivalency Program/CAMP Association Congressional Internship.

Carvajal-Macias, who is a student in Washington State University’s College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), will begin her 10-week internship on May 30. She has been assigned to work with Rep. Raúl Grijalva, who has served Arizona’s 3rd congressional district since 2003.

“I am super excited and a little nervous,” Carvajal-Macias said. “I want to learn more about what it is like to work in a congressional office, and I look forward to seeing where this opportunity takes me.”

Carvajal-Macias will work alongside Grijalva’s staff to draft communications to constituents, write and review documents, and strategize to develop and advance legislation on issues he supports. Although CAMP interns typically serve in Washington, D.C., she will carry out her duties virtually due to the pandemic.

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