Taylor Vogl Serves as Congressional Intern for Rep. Roby
U.S. Representative Martha Roby announced today that Taylor Vogl, from Montgomery, is currently serving as a Congressional intern in her Washington D.C., office.
In the office, Vogl is helping with legislative and administrative duties on behalf of the people of Alabama. Vogl is currently a student attending Auburn University, where he studies Political Science and Economics. He is part of the music department and belongs to the Auburn University Chamber Choir.
While serving, Congressional interns observe and take part in the workings of the United States Congress. Experience gained from these internships help students develop knowledge of the government and various policy issues, as well as professional skills that will be valuable in future pursuits.
Vogl is a 2009 graduate of Portsmouth High School in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. His parents are Heather and David Clark from Montgomery, AL.
To learn more about internships offered through Rep. Martha Roby’s office, visit the Internship page.