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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 sprint 2018 semester are:

Cara Auerbach ’20, Engagement Intern, is a business and entertainment major from southern California.  She is a competitive fencer, an accomplished pianist, and a member of the Phi Sigma Sigma sorority.

Michael Berman ’20, Engagement Intern, grew up in the Philadelphia area.  He is a business major, a passionate sports fan, and a member of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.

Zach Dore ’20, Engagement Intern, is a public relations and strategic communications major from the Boston area.  He is involved in multiple student theater groups on campus and with the AU Photo Collective.

Lauren Goldstein '18, Israel Programming Intern, is from New York and studies German and public relations.  She is a member of the Sigma Delta Tau sorority and has her own fashion and lifestyle blog.

Noah Haines '20, Shabbat Intern, is a first-year student in the prestigious SIS Global Scholars Program.  He grew up in Delaware, where he was deeply involved in BBYO.

Josh Hare '19, Innovation Intern, is a justice and law student from New Jersey.  He is an RA, was an Orientation Leader last summer, and previously served as Hillel's Shabbat Intern.

Gali Isaacson ’20, Greek Life Intern, is an elementary education major from Pittsburgh.  She is an athlete, a member of the Chi Omega sorority, and participated in Hillel’s summer 2017 Birthright Israel trip.

Devika Knafo '21, Birthright Israel Recruitment Intern, is a business major from Allentown, Pennsylvania.  She recently returned from AU Hillel's winter Birthright Israel trip, during which she celebrated a second Bat Mitzvah.

Alex Kommel ’20, Greek Life Intern, hails from the Chicago area and studies history and secondary education.  She spends her summers working the ropes course at a Jewish camp in Wisconsin and is a member of the Sigma Delta Tau sorority.

Maya Pollack ’20, Engagement Intern, 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.


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