Lisa Crowe of Annapolis is an intern at the White House this semester

February 10, 1997

Lisa Crowe, 23, of Annapolis is one of 200 White House interns from across the nation working at the Executive Mansion this semester.

The Anne Arundel Community College student is the only intern in the program from a community college. Crow began her internship Jan. 15 and works about 25 hours a week researching data and proofreading and cataloging publications in the Office of Correspondence.

Crowe earned an associate's degree in general studies with a concentration in history at the community college, and a bachelor's degree in English at the University of Maryland College Park. She returned to the community college to take a political science internship course and was chosen for the White House program.

Crowe also is working in the admissions and academic advising offices at the Arnold school and plans to apply to law school at the University of Maryland.

Pub Date: 2/10/97

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