Belmont student Will Cromer has been selected as a Charles Koch Summer Fellow this summer in Washington, D.C. Sponsored through the Institute for Humane Studies, the Koch Fellows program is a highly competitive internship and academic program. Cromer is among approximately 50 particpants selected from over 900 applicants.
Participants are placed in internships at different policy institutes; Cromer will intern at the Americans for Prosperity Foundation. In addition to the internship, he will attend lectures at George Mason University’s School of Law and work on group and individual research projects. The fellows are also expected to publish at least two articles during the summer. The fellowship covers all costs related to the experience and provides fellows an additional stipend.
Cromer is a rising senior in the Honors Program, majoring in Economics, Philosophy and Politics. He was recently elected as incoming president of the Belmont University Student Government Association.