Jew in the City, over the last five years, has had many wonderful people helping out in many different ways, through graphic design, marketing advice, fund raising advice, event planning, research assistance, website assistance among other things. There have always been generous volunteers working with JITC.
In the last few months, though, we have put together a team of interns who are devoting even more time to JITC’s mission, through social media, production assistance, marketing, research and much more. We wanted to introduce you to our fabulous team, and I wanted to publicly acknowledge and thank them for helping me to make the dream of JITC bigger and better than anything I could ever do on my own.
Leah has been working for Jew in the City since October 2009. Leah believes in using the power of the internet as a vehicle for good, such as increased awareness of Judaism and Torah. She also works as a freelance journalist and internet marketer. For publicity inquiries, information about volunteering for Jew in the City, and other questions, contact email@example.com.
Tamar Annenberg, Intern
Tamar spent a year studying in Michlalah in Israel and now is a freshman in Queens College. She spent a few years tutoring in a Hebrew school and is interested in Jewish outreach, marketing, and writing.
Alan is from Cleveland, Ohio and is currently starting his senior year at Yeshiva University where he is majoring in marketing and minoring in writing. When not in class Alan is equally as busy as he is the president of Students Helping Students a club that helps raise money for student scholarships in addition to also being a YU student ambassador for prospective students. He enjoys staying active, whether it’s running, biking, playing ultimate frisbee, ping-pong, basketball or the occasional game of Banangrams. In his spare time he works for NCSY as a West Coast advisor. He hopes to pursue a career in the entertainment industry in either production or marketing.
David Khabinsky, Intern
David is a Junior in Yeshiva University, currently pursuing a Jewish Studies Degree. He has been involved in theatre all his life and loves working both behind the scenes as well as on stage. Born in Israel, David strongly believes in getting the right message out there about Judaism. In his spare time, David enjoys reading articles about technology, science, and history.
Malka Lebovic, Intern
Malka is a senior at Yeshiva University completing a joint BA/MA degree in Philosophy and Jewish Philosophy. She hopes one day to be a Professor and inspire students the way she has been inspired by her teachers. Together with her husband, Mike, Malka hopes to make a lasting impact on Am Yisroel, Torat Yisorel, and Eretz Yisroel. Interning for Jew in the City is a step in the direction of achieving that life goal.
Rachel is from East Meadow, New York. and has a Bachelors of the Arts in History from Yeshiva University. She is currently attending Wurzweiler School of Social Work for her Masters. Ever since she discovered the many different facets of social media she has enjoyed working with them and loves how interning for Jew in the City has made it possible to link her Jewish heritage and her love of the internet together.