Maine Judicial Branch Welcomes Summer Interns

Date: 6/24/2022

The Maine Judicial Branch has welcomed three interns from the University of Maine's 2022 Maine Government Summer Internship Program. The interns are working with staff at the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) on special projects that will help utilize and deepen their research and analytical skills - including a project to build a data warehouse of Judicial Branch financial data and a study that will compare compensation levels for specific positions in the Judicial Branch with comparable positions in similar organizations. The students will spend approximately 12 weeks at the Judicial Branch, based at the AOCs Portland office. The Judicial Branch looks forward to the contributions of these exceptional students.

Ashley OBrien
Ashley is a rising junior at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts pursuing a double major in Economics and Psychology. She is passionate about wellness, volunteering, and mental health. Outside of school, she enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, reading, and practicing photography.

Keying Jiang
Keying is a rising junior at Brandeis University majoring in Economics and International Studies. Her academic interests include development economics and global justice. She comes from Guangzhou, China, and has lived in Maine for three years. In her spare time, she loves exploring Maines natural attractions and cooking for her family and friends.

Nathan Couture
Nathan is a student at the University of Southern Maine in Portland majoring in Finance. Nathan is from Manchester, Maine and in his spare time enjoys listening to CDs while drawing in his sketchbook.

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