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Student nominated for leadership program

WASHINGTON - In an effort to encourage North Dakota students to explore careers in public service, Sen. Kent Conrad has nominated 2008 Fargo South High School graduate Spencer Wolf to the Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship's Student Congress.

WASHINGTON - In an effort to encourage North Dakota students to explore careers in public service, Sen. Kent Conrad has nominated 2008 Fargo South High School graduate Spencer Wolf to the Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship's Student Congress.

The Student Congress brings together the top college juniors from every state to learn a curriculum of diplomacy, dialogue, negotiation and mediation. Students will have the opportunity to hear from top speakers from around the world about conflict resolution, decision making and national and international relations.

Spencer is the son of Mary and Troy Wolf. He is majoring in government, international politics and history at George Mason University in Virginia.

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