Mae Espinosa

Mae is a junior dual degree student who is studying English Literature with a Communications minor, as well as earning a double major in Political Science and International Affairs. In the fall of 2018, Mae starts her honors thesis in medieval literature with English Professor Jamie Fumo. Mae will explore the structural and thematic similarities and differences in The Canterbury Tales and The Decameron. After college, Mae plans to attend law school. During her time at FSU, she has completed internships and also studied abroad during summer. The summer after her freshman year, she was an intern for 10 weeks in New York City at Concordia, a non-profit organization that promotes public-private partnerships as effective tools to address various global issues. In the summer of 2071, she was an intern for six weeks at an international real estate and corporate law firm in South Florida, Snyder International Law Group, before spending four weeks studying abroad in Paris through FSU’s Intensive French program. In the summer of 2018, Mae will spend six weeks as an intern for Manatos & Manatos, a lobbying firm in Washington, D.C.