Hillels of Georgia is excited to welcome two new summer interns: Sophie Harris and Noah Marchuck. As the organization continues its internship program, Sophie and Noah will be following in the footsteps of last year's interns and leading the way for continued program developments. Hillels of Georgia is thrilled to continue their commitment to developing Jewish leadership and looks forward to providing Sophie and Noah the training and experience needed to succeed in their future endeavors. Even more so, Hillels of Georgia is thrilled to bring such passionate and hard working young professionals to the team!
Sophie is a rising sophomore at Agnes Scott College where she plans on majoring in psychology. She will be serving as Agnes Scott Hillel's secretary in the following year and is excited to continue her involvement in the Jewish community. Sophie knows the value of being part of a community, so she is grateful for the opportunity to give that same feeling of belonging to more students through Hillel. She is eager to learn more about graphic design and looks forward to working more closely with Hillel.
Noah is a rising sophomore at Emory double majoring in Psychology and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and this coming year will be the VP of Community Outreach as well as the Co-Head of Hillel's Keshet Committee for Emory Hillel. Noah is passionate about the importance of a Jewish community on college campuses. He hopes to pursue a career in academia within psychology and gender studies. Noah is eager to gain experience in fundraising over the summer as he works on several development projects.