Through the generosity of Union alumni, 16 students have received funding for community service internships this summer. The recipients and their placements are:
Jason Ayala ’23, Baystate Community Health, Springfield, Mass.
Cristina Boudreau ’22, Center for Disability Services, Albany, N.Y.
Juliette Carr ’22, Women's Health Services, Brighton, Mass.
Dakara Da’Costa ’22, Joseph’s House, Washington, D.C.
Ava Dieden ’23, COCOA House, Schenectady
Avi Gajjar ’23, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Komal Hombal ’22, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Pasadena, Calif.
Grace Huebschmann ’22, Spurwink Behavioral Health, Portland, Maine
Deja Jenkins '23, YMCA, Attleboro, Mass.
Anuja Keerthi Konda ’23, Bay Area Community Health, Fremont, Calif.
Elena Montoya ’22, City Mission, Schenectady
Kaila Paguio ’22, Statement Junky, New York City
Amber Raisner ’22, Connecticut Children’s Hospital, Hartford, Conn.
Isabelle Riker ’22, Town of Glenville, Glenville, N.Y.
Adrianna Ryan ’22, Abraham House, Utica, N.Y.
Natalie Sharry ’23, Hospice homes, Worcester, Mass.
Funding is provided by the Class of 1963 Annual Internship; the Class of 1973 35th ReUnion Community Service Endowed Internship; Roger H. Hull Community Service Endowed Internship, supported by the Board of Trustees; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Mohammad A. Omar ’94 Memorial Community Service Internship; Henry S. Scherer, Sr. (1922) Endowed Intern Fund; the Jody Lynn Yetzer (1994) and Alexander Manual Kayne Charitable Fund Community Service Internship; Kevin Rampe '88 Internship Stipend; and Christopher Mastrangelo '89 Memorial Annual Internship.
To learn more about the internship program, email Rochelle Caruso at the Becker Career Center.