International Locations


Meet our summer 2022 interns for our international program!



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Rachel Hutto
U.S. Commercial Service - Paris, France

About Rachel

Rachel is a senior at Texas A&M Mays Business School pursuing a BBA in Business Honors and Accounting as well as a Master of Science in Management Information Systems. She recently finished an internship with Deloitte Tax Management Consulting in Houston as a part of the Professional Program in Accounting (PPA). This summer, Rachel will be working for the U.S. Commercial Service in Paris, France as an intern through A&M’s Public Policy Internship Program (PPIP). Throughout her time at A&M, Rachel has been able to complete two majors, two minors, and enrolled in a professional graduate program. She has also had the opportunity to get involved with several student organizations, including the International Business Association (IBA) and the Student Senate. Rachel has served as a student mentor within IBA each Spring semester. She has been responsible for hosting, mentoring, and advising international students during their time at A&M. She has had the opportunity to forge friendships with students from several countries, including Germany, Australia, The Netherlands, Finland, France, and The Czech Republic. She considers this to be one of the most formative experiences during her college years, through which she learned the value of different perspectives and of creating a global network. Rachel also served as a Student Senator during her first three years at A&M. She took a seat as one of two representatives for the class of 2022 during her freshman year, where she began to learn about the legislative process and how students can be activists on campus.

Artemis Katsaris
U.S. Commercial Service - Santiago, Chile

About Artemis

Artemis Maria Katsaris is a Master of International Affairs candidate at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, concentrating in diplomacy and national security. Artemis is also interested in the interactions between diplomacy and economic issues, and in ethnic power sharing relations. She received a B.A in International Studies and Spanish from the University of Denver in 2019. In 2018, she participated in the U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program at the Regional Security Office of the U.S. Embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus. She is passionate about studying languages, and speaks Spanish, French, and Greek fluently. She is also currently learning Russian and Arabic. Artemis is the recipient of a Fulbright Garc ía Robles Award for the 2021-2022 year.
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