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WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) today thanked University of Kansas (KU) students Hunter Goh of Bakersfield, Calif., and Jacob Vance of Lenexa, Kan., for serving as U.S. Senate Interns in his Washington, D.C., office this spring.

“Hunter and Jacob have been doing important work for Kansans and gaining valuable experience that will help them in the future.” Sen. Moran said. “I was an intern myself – it’s what got me interested in public service. Our interns continue to prove to me that there are a lot of great individuals across our state who have an interest in making a difference in the lives of others. People like Hunter and Jacob give me confidence that good things are going to happen in this country, especially in Kansas, because our kids are growing up to become impressive, hardworking adults.”

Goh is a 2012 graduate of Bakersfield High School and will receive a degree in political science from KU at the end of this semester. Upon completion of his degree, Goh hopes to work as a research assistant.

Vance is a 2013 graduate of Shawnee Mission West High School and is currently in his Junior year at KU. He is working toward degrees in political science and history, and after graduation hopes to start a career in government affairs.

During their time working in the United States Senate, Goh and Vance assisted Sen. Moran with legislative and administrative duties on behalf of the state of Kansas.

Kansans interested in applying for U.S. Senate Internships can learn more by visiting Sen. Moran’s website: