Rutledge Welcomes Spring Interns
February 22, 2016
LITTLE ROCK - Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has accepted five students from across the State into the Attorney General’s office internship program.
“My intent is to provide experiential learning opportunities for these interns as they assist with consumer and safety education and outreach activities statewide,” said Attorney General Rutledge. “The internship program allows for exposure to the public service sector and enhances their collegiate experiences, enabling them to be more career ready. I hope these interns will continue to use their skills to serve Arkansans.”
Lauren Potgieter-Langston graduated from Arkansas State University in 2015, majoring in criminology. Potgieter-Langston is from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, where she attended Collegiate Girls’ High School and graduated in 2010. She is working in the Public Affairs Department.
Bryce Moore is a junior, studying public administration at the University of Central Arkansas. He is from Sherwood and graduated from Catholic High School for Boys in 2013. Moore is working in the Public Affairs Department.
Shannon Nicholson is a freshman, double majoring in criminal justice and psychology at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR). Nicholson is from Sherwood, where she attended Sylvan Hills High School, and graduated in 2015. She is working in the Communications Department.
Isabella Schmidt is a junior, double majoring in psychology and Spanish at UALR. Schmidt is a Little Rock native, was homeschooled online and graduated in 2011. She is working in the Communications Department and Special Investigations Division.
Derek Vickers is a junior, studying criminal justice at UALR. Vickers is from Mayflower, where he attended Mayflower High School and graduated in 2013. He is working in the Communications Department.