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Student Interns

Interns serve as critical partners to our professional staff, focusing on particular portfolios that advance Hillel's mission.  Interns for the spring 2017 semester are:

Carolina Chaimovich '18, Engagement Intern, is a theater arts major from Brazil.  She is on the executive board of the AU Players and is a member of the cinematic arts fraternity, DKA.

Michal Cohen '19, Greek Life Intern, hails from New Jersey and studies public relations.  She is active in Greek life, serves as a School of Communication Ambassador, and went on Hillel's summer 2016 Birthright Israel trip.

Lily Coltoff '20, Shabbat Intern, is a communications major from the Philadelphia area.  She is an AU Ambassador and has participated in a variety of musical and performance groups.

Mady Frischer '19, Engagement Intern, hails from Chicago.  She is active in Greek life and has been involved with the Jewish Student Association and performing arts.

Josh Hare '19, Shabbat Experience Intern, is a justice and law major from New Jersey.  He is active in Greek life, is a talented song-leader, and traveled on Hillel's Birthright Israel trip in winter 2015-16.

Christina Howitson '18, Greek Life Intern, is a history major from northern California.  She has been deeply involved with her sorority, Phi Sigma Sigma.

Alana Kessler '19, Engagement Intern, participated in an Israel-based gap year program before coming to AU.  She is part of the SPA Leadership Program, the community service fraternity, and the frisbee team.

Kelly Naar '20, Israel Experience Intern, was born in France and currently calls New York home.  An international service major, she attended the international Jewish camp in Szarvas, Hungary.

Matthew Newman '19, Engagement Intern, is a finance major from outside of Philadelphia.  He is active in Greek life and within the Kogod School, and he spends his summers as a counselor at URJ Camp Harlam.

Jenny Park '19, Engagement Intern, hails from Pittsburgh and studies public communications.  She is active in Greek life and in the College Diabetes Network, and traveled on Hillel's summer 2016 Birthright Israel trip. 

RJ Richman '18, Greek Life Intern, is from New Jersey and studies international relations.  He is active in Greek life, plays club baseball, and serves as an SIS student mentor.



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