MEDIA ADVISORY – Two students from College of Western Idaho were selected to represent the College at the Democratic National Convention. The Executive Director of the Democratic National Convention selects a limited number of interns that can attend and support the convention based on performance and qualifications at the state level.
Jordan Brady, studying political science and communication, is a sophomore at CWI. He lives in Boise and has been working as an intern for the state democratic convention over the last year. Jordan notes “the political experience and behind-the-scenes knowledge of how national conventions operate has been a phenomenal opportunity and an exceptional learning experience.”
Karen Nunnally, also a sophomore studying political science at CWI, is from Nampa and echoes the sentiment of her classmate attending the convention.
“I am thrilled to see our students being recognized and selected to participate in these remarkable opportunities," stated Robert Harbaugh, CWI Political Science instructor and program head. “They are hard working, amazing people who are dedicated to reaching their dreams.”
For more information about CWI’s Political Science program, including information on how to apply, visit our website at www.cwidaho.cc or call 208.562.3000.
About the College of Western Idaho:
The College of Western Idaho is a public, open-access, and comprehensive community college committed to providing affordable access to quality teaching and learning opportunities to the residents of its service area in western Idaho. CWI has seven campus locations throughout Southwest Idaho providing higher education and 21st Century technical skills acquisition. The college is dedicated to improving the community’s economic well-being by responding with highly-educated and productive graduates. The foundation for the area’s only community college was created by a supermajority of voters in Ada and Canyon counties on May 22, 2007. For more information about the college, visit cwidaho.cc or call (208) 562-3000.