2018 Washington, DC Interns

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The E. Fleming Mason Memorial Internship Program was created to provide deserving undergraduates with the desire to become better educated and informed on both the public and private sectors of our national government. In addition, this program will give undergraduates the opportunity to gain professional work experience while living in the Washington, D.C. area. The E. Fleming Mason Memorial Internship Program provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to any interested Kappa Alpha Order undergraduate. The internship, living and working in Washington, D.C., and interacting with other interns from across the country, provides an everlasting experience. Click HERE to read more about the E. Fleming Mason Memorial Internship Program.

Gage A. Dabin (Alpha Iota–Centenary ’14)

Senator John Kennedy (LA)

Gage will graduate from Centenary College of Louisiana with Political Science and English degrees with dual honors in May of 2018. During Gage’s time in college, he chaired the College Republicans chapter, created a political radio talk show, served as the Vice President of IFC, and captained the college’s martial arts team. Within his chapter, he served as Number I, Number II, Number III, and Number IV. Gage was selected as Centenary College’s nominee for the Rhodes, Marshall, and Davies-Jackson Scholarships to study in England at Oxford and Cambridge. Gage will be attending George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School in the fall of 2018.

Gage Dabin

Damian C. Doolittle (Zeta Psi–Campbell ’17)

Congressman Pete Sessions (TX-32) and Congressman Robert Pittenger (NC-9)
Damian is a senior studying Homeland Security with a minor in Political Science at Campbell University. After college Damian plans to work in the area of emergency management for a local or state public government. At Campbell University, he is involved in the Student Government Association running in the position of Men’s Community Coordinator on the Executive Board and he assists the Student Philanthropy Committee by campaigning for the Senior Legacy Gift. Damian serves his chapter as Number II and was the previous Number VIII and Philanthropy Chair.

Damion Doolittle

Luke E. Hogg (Alpha Zeta–William & Mary ’15)

Congressman Mike Conaway (TX-11)
Luke is a senior at the College of William & Mary studying Government and Data Science with a focus on national security policy. When not writing policy memos, Luke works in the Systematic Textual Analysis in International Relations lab doing research on human rights in the media, and enjoys playing in the Appalachian Music Ensemble. Upon graduation, Luke will be pursuing a career in public service, hopefully working in legislative affairs.

Luke Hogg

Jacob A. Seay (Zeta Omega–Coastal Carolina ’17)

Meyers & Associates and Congressman Richard Hudson (NC-8)
Jacob is a senior studying for a degree in political science with a pre-law minor. After graduation, he plans to attend law school and become a lobbyist. Jacob has served as Number IV, Number V, and Number VI. He has also served as the IFC Vice President of Philanthropy. In addition to his fraternal involvement, he has served as the chairman, vice chairman, and chief of staff of the Coastal Carolina Conservatives.

Jacob Seay

Nicholas A. Wollermann (Gamma Eta–Florida State ’14)

Davis & Harman LLP
Nick is a junior at Florida State University double majoring in Finance and Real Estate. Nicholas is not yet positive as to what he would like to pursue as a profession, but he is interested in politics, lobbying, law, and the government. Following the Mason internship, he hopes to find what he is most passionate about and sure up his future plans. During his time at FSU, he is most involved with his chapter and the Interfraternity Council. He has had the opportunity to serve as Gamma Eta’s Philanthropy Chair, Number I, and he is currently serving as the Interfraternity Council President of Florida State University.

Nicholas Wollermann