Congratulations Spring 2019 Interns!
Welcome to the Hillel team!
An internship at Hillel is an amazing way to get involved with the Hillel community, impact your peers' experience, and learn professional development skills. Thanks for sharing your time with us at Hillel and being a leader.
Sarah Balis, President
Cory Blumstein, Marketing
Olivia Levine, Marketing
Rebecca Bauer, Marketing
Cassie Walsh, Marketing
Rachel Harfst, Marketing
Sammy Byrd, Marketing
Ben Kenyon, Marketing
Lee Burstin, Programming
Hannah Hart, Israel Programming
Tanya Landau, Israel Programming
Shatil Zecharia, Israel Programming
Emily Rosenthal, Shabbat Scholar
Alex Gaon, Shabbat Scholar
Ethan Cameron, Shabbat Scholar
Oliver Pemberton, Shabbat Scholar
Jacob Friedman, Shabbat Scholar
William Weinstein, Shabbat Scholar
Kenna Gardner, Ambassador
Nina Plunkett, Ambassador
Jacklyn Schur, Ambassador
Rachelle Speckler, Ambassador
Ian Leventhal, The Shmear Society (Poly)
Hal Danesh, Interfaith Partnerships Intern
Alex Malve, Mindfulness Intern
Jess Sherman, Data Intern
Sarah Winkelman, JLF Intern
Alli Pollack, Junior/Senior Programming
Emily Ducker, Sports/Sun Devil Spirit
Madeline Dolgin, Student Life Coordinator
WHAT TO EXPECT
What does it mean to be a leader at Hillel?
Student leaders are the movers and shakers of our community. As an intern in any role, you have the opportunity to make your mark on the community in your focus area and beyond!
You get tons of perks, but the more you give the more you’ll get! Staff can’t do it alone- it is up to you to get to know your peers and help make Hillel “the place to be”. Sometimes all it takes is a friendly “hello” to help a student who may be nervous to get involved start to feel part of our community! You can be that person!
Our Student Leaders not only guide the direction of Hillel, but they literally are the faces of Hillel. We expect you to be a role model especially when you’re hanging out at Hillel- this means respecting our space and our staff, lending a helping hand, and being friendly always!