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Student Interns

Interns serve as critical partners to our professional staff, focusing on particular portfolios that advance Hillel's mission and strengthen Jewish life on campus.  Interns for the fall 2018 semester are:

Amanda Hurwitz '21, Engagement & Entrepreneurship Intern, is an international relations major from Pittsburgh.  She is a member of the Delta Gamma sorority and has been involved with the Peace Corp Community.

Bailey Kroner '21, Engagement & Entrepreneurship Intern, has worked extensively with children as a camp counselor and teaching assistant.  A native of the Boston area, she is on the women's frisbee team.

Lawrence Lerman '21, Engagement & Entrepreneurship Intern, is a justice and law major from New Jersey.  He is a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity and was deeply involved in the Livingston (NJ) Advisory Committee for Disabilities.

Molly Lurensky '21, Engagement & Entrepreneurship Intern, is an AU Ambassador and a member of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.  A public relations major, she has been involved in numerous programs through the Jewish Federation of New York, where she grew up.

José Muniz Gomez '19, Israel Programming Intern, is a neuroscience major from Puerto Rico. He has served as president of AU Students for Israel and has interned with the AU Center for Israel Studies.

Avery Novick '21, Engagement & Entrepreneurship Intern, is a business major from northern California.  He was a counselor at Camp Ramah and captain of his high school wrestling team.

Maya Pollack ’20, Engagement Coordinator, is an international relations major from northern California.  She is a member of the women’s ultimate frisbee team, is part of the Community-Based Research Scholars program, and spent a year in Israel before starting at AU.

Todd Silberglied '22, Shabbat Intern, grew up in Delaware, where he was active in the Jewish community.  He is on the AU men's frisbee team.

 

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