Two new interns have joined the AAG staff this fall! The AAG would like to welcome Jenna and Mei to the organization. We are also grateful to have one of our summer interns, Sekour, continue working with us this semester.

Jenna Pulice is a senior at Penn State University pursuing a Bachelor of Science in geography, with a minor in climatology, and certificates in GIS and human/societal geographies. She is beginning the process of applying to graduate programs in geography and/or climate science and is also considering spending time abroad on a work visa to continue exploring new places. She is passionate about climate change, and enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and doing anything outdoors, especially when she can photograph it.

Mei Harrison is a junior at The George Washington University, pursuing a B.A. in Geography and International Affairs with a concentration in international development. Mei has previously interned for the Peace Corps as a communications intern and has collaborated as a technical research assistant with a professor writing a children’s U.S. geography book. After graduation, she intends to work with NGOs that focus on development in Africa before continuing to graduate or law school. In her spare time, Mei enjoys skiing, writing, trying out new restaurants, and going on walks around D.C.

Sekour Mason recently graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Geographical Sciences: GIS and Computer Cartography. He hopes to secure a full-time career in the near future and return to UMD later to obtain his Master’s degree. Sekour was born in Washington, DC and currently resides in Laurel, Maryland. In his spare time, Sekour likes to watch sports, play video games, and be in the company of his friends.

If you or someone you know is interested in applying for an internship at the AAG, the AAG seeks interns on a year-round basis for the spring, summer, and fall semesters. More information on internships at the AAG is also available on the Jobs & Careers section of the AAG website at: