PVAMU graduates Brenda DeRouen and Simone Wilson have been selected to participate in the Texas Legislative Internship program for the Texas 83rd Legislature.
DeRouen received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a specialization in Juvenile Studies from PVAMU. She is a second-year law student at Thurgood Marshall School of Law. She is currently interning with the Texas Association of Counties and hopes to become an attorney.
Wilson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from PVAMU and is a graduate student at Texas State University where she is pursuing a Masters degree in Public Administration. She is interning with the Council of State Governments Justice Center and is seeking a career in Government Relations.
The Texas Legislative Internship Program (TLIP) is an educational internship program sponsored by Senator Rodney Ellis and administered by the Mickey Leland Center on World Hunger and Peace at Texas Southern University. The program offers opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students attending Texas colleges and universities to serve as interns in the Texas Legislature, various state agencies, local governments.
Simone Wilson, left, and Brenda DeRouen have been selected to participate in the Texas Legislative Internship program for the Texas 83rd Legislature. Both are PVAMU graduates.