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Junior selected as George Washington leadership fellow

Garrett-KaltMOUNT VERNON, Va. – Garrett Kalt, a communication junior and student senator at Washington State University, is among 16 students selected from 200 applicants as annual Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows.

The fully-funded, summer residential program is for juniors who desire to learn from George Washington’s leadership lessons and make a difference in the world. Students will interact with nationally recognized corporate, government and military leaders in the nation’s capital.

“This program is designed for college students who are leaders and influencers on their campuses,” said Mount Vernon president Curt Viebranz. “They will take their experience at Mount Vernon back to their universities and put it into practice when they enter the working world.”

Learn more about the program at http://mountvernon.org/fellows.

 

 

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