Congratulations to Alexandra Greenberg ‘19 & Lilith Haig ‘21, who are among this summer’s recipients of funding for community service internships at nonprofit organizations.

The Becker Career Center recently announced the recipients of the community service internships at non-profit organizations this summer. They are:

Class of 1973 Community Service Internship Funding Recipients

An endowed internship supported by the Class of 1973 in honor of their 35th Class reunion.

Alexandra Greenberg ‘19

Massachusetts Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) in Newton, Mass.

Greenberg, a biology and psychology major, will be working with children who are living in the foster care system, assisting throughout the adoption process and then providing essential support and services to the child and family post-adoption. As an adoptee who had limited access to services, she is dedicated to serving as an advocate for the work MARE does to spread awareness, develop services and identify resources for families with adopted children.

Lilith Haig ‘21

Camp Ramapo in Rhinebeck, N.Y.

Haig, a visual arts and psychology major, will be volunteering as an arts counselor at the residential camp for youth with social, emotional or learning challenges. Through past experiences she has learned to tailor curriculum to individual needs as well as to be a coach, cheerleader and champion for her students.

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