Sun Journal interviews Rogers about internship with Migrant Education Program
Casey Rogers, a rising senior at the University of Maine, shared her experience as a summer intern with the Maine Department of Education Migrant Education Program, with the Sun Journal. The Farmington native who majors in social work has been traveling to meet migrant workers harvesting broccoli in Aroostook County. “It was still just so amazing to be where the workers are, to get them signed up for the education services and to see my awesome co-workers engage with the workers,” she said. “It definitely made me all the more excited to spend about four weeks in the Machias area for blueberry season recruiting.” At UMaine, Rogers is active with the Campus Activities Board and works at the counseling center.