Students to serve Internship at the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies

February 2, 2011 Agencies
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Two university students have been selected for the inaugural NSW Jewish Board of Deputies Internship Program – Daniel Cohn and Romi Rutovitz.

Daniel Cohn

Romi Rutivitz

The six-month internship will be conducted on a part-time basis. After being dux of Moriah College in 2009, Cohn is studying for a Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Sydney. He is political officer for the Australasian Union  of Jewish Students on the USYD campus.
Masada College graduate Romi Rutovitz has taken on the chair of AUJS on the University of Technology, Sydney, campus. Last month she undertook the AUJS Leadership Development Program to Washington, New York and Israel. She has been awarded the Board’s inaugural Josie Lacey Internship and is studying a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and a Bachelor of international Studies with a major in Italian.
The Board’s ongoing Saul Symonds Summer Internship has seen students Chelsea Farber and Joel Einstein spend the past month working full-time at the Board.
Board President Yair Miller stated that “The internships are part of the Board’s strategy of ensuring exceptional young leaders in the community have exposure to Jewish Professional life in NSW.”
Board of Deputies CEO Vic Alhadeff said the Board had been “overwhelmed” at the number and calibre of applicants. “We are thrilled that so many high-achieving students recognise the importance of the work that needs to be done on behalf of the community and are willing to dedicate considerable time and effort to that end.”

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