By BJC Staff Reports
The Baptist Joint Committee is pleased to welcome two summer semester interns working with our staff in Washington, D.C.
Kyle Dipre (left) of Solon, Ohio, is a 2015 graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religious Studies and elective coursework in Political Science and History. Dipre is currently a Master of Divinity candidate and Seminary Fellow at Princeton Theological Seminary, where he focuses his coursework and research on church-state relations within American religious history. The son of John and Pam Dipre, he intends to pursue a law degree after graduation.
LeGrand Northcutt of Longview, Texas, graduated from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, in May with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Poverty and Human Capability Studies. Northcutt served on leadership with Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and is a former camp counselor at Kanakuk Kamps and The Cabbage Patch Settlement House. He is the son of Ginia and Gordon Northcutt; Gordon worked for the BJC from 1988 – 1993. Northcutt will attend the University of Richmond Law School this fall.