Brady announces new intern from The Woodlands
THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- Congressman Kevin Brady (R-TX-08) today announced that Chloe Wick, a native of The Woodlands and recent graduate from Baylor University, began a new position as intern for the spring semester at his office in Washington, DC.
"We're glad to have Chloe on board this semester," said Brady. "Each intern brings their own fresh perspective to what it means to work and serve in Congress. Sometimes my team and I learn as much from them as they learn from the experience."
"It's really an honor to have this opportunity, especially to work for my own Congressman," said Wick. "It's exciting to graduate from college and then have this chance to pursue my goals in the halls of our nation's Capitol."
Chloe grew up in The Woodlands with six siblings and her parents also fostered several other children, allowing her the opportunity to claim several more brothers and sisters. She graduated from College Park High School in 2015, and then attended Baylor University, graduating in December with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. While attending Baylor, Chloe led a Bible Study for Kappa Kappa Gamma and volunteered as a tutor at an elementary school. She also had the opportunity to mentor elementary age students as a volunteer for Pursue Mentoring Organization.
Before coming to Washington, Chloe also worked as a kindergarten student teacher at an early childhood center, a substitute teacher at Conroe ISD, and a second grade student teacher at an elementary school. While living in Washington, Chloe looks forward to learning more about the legislative process, attending a Washington Nationals game, making new friends and landing a job at the Department of Education.