Three MDC Students Land Federal Internship

Three Miami Dade College students will intern at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Miami this fall.  

Selected for the program were Patrice Warner, a criminal justice major at the North Campus; Lashanda Gould, a paralegal studies major at Wolfson Campus; and Julian Mendoza, a criminal justice major at North Campus.

The students were selected based on their good academic standing and their future goals of working in federal office.

“The students will work with the government officers that take care of the Fair Housing and Discrimination Act,” said Jenny Gamboa, the MDC district advisor who connected the students to the HUD.

Ciro Salcedo

Ciro Salcedo, 19, is a mass communications major at Kendall Campus. Salcedo, a 2016 graduate of Felix Varela Senior High School, will serve as A/E editor for The Reporter during the 2017-2018 school year. He aspires to become a screenwriter or filmmaker.

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