APAICS | Office Interns
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Office Interns


Alan Chen


Alan currently serves as an office intern at the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies, where he supports the staff and APAICS’ programs and initiatives. Alan is originally from New Jersey and is currently a senior at Georgetown University, majoring in Mathematics and minoring in Philosophy and Computer Science. On campus, Alan holds leadership positions in various student service and orientation organizations. In the future, Alan intends to attend law school. Alan‘s personal interests include avidly following politics and reading nonfiction.

James Kwon


James was born and raised on the island of O’ahu, Hawai’i and currently studying at American University, majoring in International Studies. As a freshman, James interned at the Anti-Defamation League and assisted with event planning and coordination, including the ADL In Concert Against Hate. On campus, James is the president of his residence hall and works for American University’s Department of Development and Alumni Relations. James is multilingual in English, Korean, and Spanish. In his free time, he enjoys reading, going to the beach, and exploring D.C.





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