New Press Interns at the French Consulate General [fr]
This fall, the Consulate’s press office welcomed new team members: two part-time American interns and one French, full-time intern. The interns will work remotely and help promote the France-Atlanta event series, among other tasks.
Morgane is a recent graduate from Sciences Po Aix-en-Provence with a Master’s degree in Political Sciences and Public Affairs. Her first experience in the United States was at the age of 16, as an exchange student hosted by an American family in Pittsburgh, PA for a year. Interested in bilateral cooperation and diplomacy, she worked as an intern for a French organization linked to the Consulate General of France in Cape Town, South Africa.
Mary is a French and German major at the University of North Alabama. Fascinated by international relations and diplomacy, Mary has studied abroad at the Fachhochschule Aachen in Aachen, Germany and at the Tianjin Foreign Languages University in Tianjin, China in order to enrich her linguistic background.
A Francophile originally from Atlanta, Caroline spent a summer studying abroad at the University of London in Paris. She hopes to become an international lawyer after she finishes her Global Studies and Peace, War, and Defense degrees at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.