Glenville, WV - Glenville Mayor Tashua Allman-Duval invites all to a final presentation for the Mayor's Internship Program (MIP) on Tuesday, December 11th. The event will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Glenville City Council Chambers.|
Allman-Duval's intern Matthew Thompson will be giving a slideshow of the work he's accomplished during his internship and what he will be passing on to the next Mayor's intern.
"Everyone is encouraged to come out and hear the City's Intern's presentation. I'm sure all will be impressed with the great work he has done this semester." said Allman-Duval.
"Since beginning my internship mid-September, I have learned so much from Mayor Allman-Duval and the other City employees. Seeing how Glenville operates has really inspired me to get involved in City politics in the future. This has been a great experience" said Thompson.
The MIP is an opportunity for college undergraduates to learn about and contribute to the city government that manages operations for the county seat of Gilmer County. Interns are provided the opportunity to learn about careers in government, hear from leaders in city government, and visit city facilities. The MIP offers real work experience, while exposing participants to the functions and procedures of a municipal government.
Thompson is a senior Marketing major at Glenville State College from St. Albans, West Virginia (Kanawha County). He is receiving minors in Art and Nonprofit Leadership and Management (with a Nonprofit Leadership Alliance certification) and will be graduating in December.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information about the MIP Final Presentation, contact Allman-Duval at firstname.lastname@example.org or (304)462-8040.