|Ruddy Abam on the steps of the State Capitol Building.|
From Cameroon, Africa, Ruddy chose to study the judicial system of the United States, and jumped at the chance to apply for the internship in Juneau. She saw this as an opportunity to learn first-hand how the legislature functions and laws are made.
Ruddy, along with two other UAA students who working as legislative aides this semester - Hans Rodvik and Victoria Yancey, are part of state government in action and will be sending word of their experiences to the UAA community.
Click here to read about Ruddy's first impressions of life and work in our capital city.