7 Michigan Related Students Will Intern At White House

DETROIT (AP) – The White House says that seven students from Michigan or attending universities in the state have been selected as summer interns.

The Obama administration announced the names Tuesday of the 147 participants in the summer 2013 White House Internship Program.

Four of the interns attend the University of Michigan. They are Adam Miller of Grandville; Stefanie Rubinstein of Northbrook, Ill.; Brittany Smith of Detroit; and Nora Stephens of Silver Spring, Md.

Jacob Santangelo of Holland attends Michigan State University, while Laura Neme of Dearborn attends Michigan State’s College of Law.

And Luke Burns of Troy attends Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

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