Scott Vierick

Scott Vierick
  • Class of 2015
  • Hometown: Erdenheim, PA
  • Major(s): History & Government

About Scott Vierick

Hi Everybody! In the fall of 2014, I had the opportunity to study in Washington DC as part of the W&M in Washington program. During that semester, I interned at the Middle East Institute and took classes relating to the challenges of political and economic development.

My time at William & Mary gave me the chance to both broaden my horizons and pursue my passions. On campus, I was active in the theatre department, and acted in numerous productions during my time in college. I worked at the PBK ticket office, and the summer before my junior year, I was a box office intern with the Virginia Shakespeare Festival. I also served as a tutor with College Partnership for Kids and a Floor Representative in Hall Council. I was a member of Canterbury, which allowed me the chance to participate in several community outreach projects, teach Sunday School, and serve as a reader and usher during services. During my sophomore year, I spent a semester at the University of Exeter in the UK, where I got the chance to study medieval history, political theory, and Middle Eastern politics. I also had the chance to intern at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, where I gave tours and interacted with visitors to help explain one of the most dynamic eras of American history.

Posts by Scott Vierick

A Chill November?

The days are slowly growing colder, the sky is darkening earlier, and the deadlines for final papers are growing closer and closer, but I

A Capitol Time

“Hey guys,” I said, “we’re literally running for Congress! Get it? We’re running towards the Capitol and that’s where Congress meets…” “We get it

Try to Remember

One of the great things about the W&M in Washington program is that I’m not that far away from William & Mary (heck, I’m still

Food for Thought

“In retrospect, it wasn’t the best idea to put Washington in the title,” our speaker told us last Friday. John Williamson, an economist, had

Books and Interns

Just a short walk from the W&M in Washington Office is the Middle East Institute. Located in a townhouse that dates to the 19th

Welcome to Washington

If you had told me that I would get to have frozen yogurt with a former ambassador on my first day at the Middle