Vabre selected for Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in Washington, D.C. | UCF Africana Studies

Vabre selected for Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in Washington, D.C.

Anabelle Vabre has been selected as an intern for the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation in Washington, D.C. Vabre is currently pursuing a B.A. in human communications and a minor in Africana Studies.

Vabre is one of only fifteen interns chosen to learn about congressional leadership, advocacy and national policy development in the nation’s capital.

The CBCF is a nonprofit, public policy organization that seeks to better the socio-economic situations of African Americans and other underprivileged citizens. By participating in the internship, she will have the opportunity to connect with legislators and government leaders. Her participation will also allow her to become eligible for graduate public policy program scholarships.

Vabre’s experience in the professional development program could open many doors for a career in any one of the various executive branch agencies.