Hillary Clinton Speaks to Summer Student Interns and Expresses Support for Greenburgh’s Internship Program
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke about her career, provided advice and inspiration, and answered questions to approximately 40 Greenburgh student interns. 

GREENBURGH, NY — August 15, 2020 — Hillary Clinton, the former Democratic nominee for United States President, Secretary of State, US Senator and First Lady, took time out of her busy schedule to speak to  about 40 Greenburgh summer student interns this past week via zoom. The link to the interview can be seen here:

 

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This is not the first time that Hillary Clinton has helped Greenburgh student interns. When Hillary was a US Senator some summer interns organized a charity bicycle ride from Hartsdale to Washington DC to raise funds (and awareness about stem cell research) for a  Hartsdale Volunteer firefighter who fell off a bicycle and became severely disabled. We met with the Senator at the capitol in Washington. Senator Clinton also spoke at the Theodore Young Community Center and Greenburgh Health Center while a Senator and always responded quickly and competently to community concerns.

The 2020 Greenburgh summer internship is coordinated by Town Clerk Judith Beville. Assisting the Town Clerk – Tim Lewis, Town Attorney, Garrett Duquesne, Commissioner of Planning, and myself.

During the summer students interacted with other national and local leaders.

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Paul FeinerHillary Clinton Speaks to Summer Student Interns and Expresses Support for Greenburgh’s Internship Program
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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