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December 14, 2016
Tonya Ketchel a student at the MET School in Providence, lunching with prosecutors and a federal trial attorney during her career day visit with the U.S. Attorney’s Office

Tonya Ketchel, a freshman at The MET School in Providence and an aspiring FBI agent, spent the day job shadowing Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) Richard Rose. In addition to spending time with U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha, who spoke about the history of the Office and former United States Attorneys, and the Presidential appointment and confirmation process each United States Attorney experiences, Ms. Ketchel attended a sentencing hearing before Chief Judge Smith with AUSA Rose and toured the federal facilities including a prisoner holding area.  Ms. Ketchel and AUSA Rose were joined at lunch by Department of Justice Trial Attorney Antonia Soares and AUSA Bethany Wong who shared their educational and professional backgrounds and experiences. 

Tonya Ketchel, a student at the MET School in Providence, with U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha during her job shadowing career day visit to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Tonya Ketchel, a freshman at The MET School in Providence, an aspiring FBI agent, spent the day job shadowing Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) Richard Rose. In addition to spending time with U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha, who spoke about the history of the Office and some of the former United States Attorneys, and the Presidential appointment and confirmation process each United States Attorney experiences, Ms. Ketchel attended a sentencing hearing before Chief Judge Smith with AUSA Rose and toured the federal facilities including a prisoner holding area.  Ms. Ketchel and AUSA Rose were joined at lunch by Department of Justice Trial Attorney Antonia Soares and AUSA Bethany Wong who shared their educational and professional backgrounds and experiences. 

 

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