AAG Welcomes Spring 2020 Interns
Two new interns have joined the AAG staff this spring semester! The AAG would like to welcome Ariel and Hannah to the organization.
Ariel Golightly is a senior at the University of Maryland, College Park, pursuing a B.S. in Geographical Sciences with minors in Geographic Information Systems and Sustainability Studies. She is particularly interested in cultural geography, Latin American migration, land cover change, urban sustainability, and community planning. Ariel hopes to serve in the Peace Corps in the near future and later obtain her Master’s degree. In her spare time, she enjoys yoga, reading, being outside, cooking, and baking.
Hannah Brenner is a senior at George Washington University pursuing a bachelor’s degree in geography with minors in sustainability and GIS. Hannah is interested in sustainable agriculture and how the way we grow our food affects people and the earth. She’s worked on farms around the world and has also earned her permaculture design degree. She believes that food is key to solving many of our worlds issues. Originally from North Carolina, she has made her home in DC and loves exploring the city. In her free time, Hannah likes to garden, cook, travel, and go on hikes around DC.
If you or someone you know is interested in applying for an internship at the AAG, the AAG seeks interns on a year-round basis for the spring, summer, and fall semesters. More information on internships at the AAG is also available on the Jobs & Careers section of the AAG website at: http://www.aag.org/internships.