Sheboygan native participates in White House Internship Program

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WBAY) – A Sheboygan native is participating in the White House Internship Program.

Craig Wiroll, who recently graduated from the University of Oregon with a Master’s in Public Administration, is among a number of students who became a White House intern for the Fall 2016 session.

Interns started on Sept. 6 and are slated to finish on Dec. 16. The White House announced the participants on Wednesday.

The interns work in one of several White House departments, focusing on public service.

Wiroll is one of just three White House interns with ties to Wisconsin. The other two are Milwaukee native Ahmad Murrar, who is a student at Georgetown University Law Center; and Olivia Arnold, a Marquette University student who is a native of Flossmoor, Ill.