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Senator Collins Welcomes Woodland Native for Internship

Maren Moir Release

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Caribou, ME. – U.S. Senator Susan Collins announced that Maren Moir, a resident of Woodland, has been awarded an internship in her Caribou Constituent Services Center. Maren is a graduate of Caribou High School.


“It is always a pleasure to give Mainers an opportunity to serve the citizens of Maine,” said Senator Collins. “Maren is a superb student, and she has given back to the community by volunteering to coach and mentor Maine youth.  She also possesses a strong work ethic and a commendable desire for public service.  I was delighted to welcome her to my Caribou Constituent Services Center.”


Maren previously volunteered at Senator Collins’ Caribou Constituent Services Center during her senior year of high school. She hopes her current internship will allow her to further her interest in politics and gain more experience in government and public service.


Currently, Maren is a senior at the University of Maine at Presque Isle, where she is majoring in political science and minoring in history. Outside of academics, Maren is a cross country and track coach for the Woodland School and a figure skating coach for the Northern Maine Figure Skating Club. After graduation, Maren hopes to pursue a career in law.


Maine students who are interested in applying for future sessions of the internship program can do so through Senator Collins’ website at: