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EO Fijis Take Capitol Hill

Fiji Fridays

From Left to Right: Alex Titus and Jake Gram taking a sharp photograph outside of the Charles Koch Institute in Washington, D.C. with fellow interns.

From Left to Right: Alex Titus and Jake Gram taking a sharp photograph outside of the Charles Koch Institute in Washington, D.C. with fellow interns.

Obviously, these brothers gained some valuable experience for any future political careers they may seek, but they also gained a bigger perspective on Phi Gamma Delta, meeting up with Graduate Brothers of the National Capital Fiji Chapter! Here's what our brothers had to say about their experiences:

In a continuation of Fiji Fridays, we examine the far-reaching influence of the brothers at the Epsilon Omicron Chapter. Brothers Jake Gram, Alex Titus, Marshall Kosloff, and Charles Truxal all spent this summer interning in our nation's capital. Working as interns for Senate Legislature, Congressional Research Offices, and for the American Legislative Exchange Council, our brothers stamped a standard of excellence in the District of Columbia.

Alex Titus addresses other interns with campaign advertising strategies. Alex was a Development Intern and worked with donor communications, direct mailing, data analysis, and donor relations.

Alex Titus addresses other interns with campaign advertising strategies. Alex was a Development Intern and worked with donor communications, direct mailing, data analysis, and donor relations.

This summer I interned in Washington DC at the American Legislative Exchange Council, through the Charles Koch Institute’s Summer Internship Program. I spent the majority of my time researching state level tax policy, and writing and editing parts of written publications. I learned a lot about career opportunities in politics and made a lot of useful connections. I enjoyed living in Washington DC, with my roommates and fellow Fijis Alex Titus and Marshall Kosloff.
— Jake Gram
Working in DC was an absolutely amazing experience, especially being able to be there with three other EO Phi Gams. While in D.C. I also got to connect with a lot of other Phi Gam Graduate Brothers and will hopefully be going back to work for one of them next summer. I wouldn’t have been able to get this incredible paid internship in DC if it were not for the support of my brothers in Phi Gamma Delta. My understanding of the concept of “Not for College Days Alone” really changed after seeing how eager Phi Gams in DC were to meet me. These brothers told me about their experiences and how they would do anything that they could to help me to succeed just because I was a Phi Gam! Press on, indeed!
— Alex Titus
Marshall Kosloff pictured on the far right with colleagues in front of the Capitol Building.

Marshall Kosloff pictured on the far right with colleagues in front of the Capitol Building.