Shoemaker to intern at 2014 Legislature
David Shoemaker (second from left), recipient of the Frasure-Singleton Internship, is pictured with members of the selection committee from Potomac State College of West Virginia University which include (from left): Cassandra Pritts, history instructor; Heidi Samuels, criminal justice professor; and Nicklaus Goff, criminal justice instructor. (Not pictured is Vicki Huffman, biology professor).
Local resident David Shoemaker, a sophomore criminal justice major at Potomac State College of West Virginia University, has been chosen for the Frasure-Singleton Internship Program and will serve as an intern with the West Virginia Legislature during the 2014 legislative session which begins in January.
As a Frasure-Singleton representative, Shoemaker will receive hands-on experience by participating in and observing the state legislative process for one week during the regular legislative session. During this time he will attend committee meetings and floor sessions, review bills, observe public hearings, make phone calls regarding bills, research various issues, and shadow his designated delegate.