Hillel's Peer Network Engagement Interns
Hillel at Ohio University Peer Network Interns are chosen from a competitive applicant pool to foster relationships with other students on campus, initiate dialogue around meaningful Jewish experiences, advocate for Jewish life on campus, and when appropriate, organize and implement important programs that contribute to diversity and Jewish culture in Athens. Our Peer Network Interns learn valuable professional and personal skills in all areas of Jewish leadership and program facilitation, they serve on leadership committees across campus, attend conferences around the country, and participate in Israel trips through Taglit- Birthright Israel or the Jewish National Fund. If you are interested in applying for a paid internship with Hillel at OU, please contact Sarah Livingston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hillel's Peer Network Engagement Interns for the 2017-18 school year are:
The interns would love to say hello to Jewish Bobcats and get coffee, lunch, or otherwise hang out and meet new and returning students. Email them!
Work Study Students
Hillel is fortunate to receive FAFSA work study students each year. Our work study students help create programs, assist with PR and Marketing, manage our data bases, and in general, keep things running smoothly at Hillel. We love our work study students dearly and allow them to make their own work schedules – nights, mornings, weekends, holidays. Interested? Be in touch to get your paperwork started at email@example.com!