Are you a Jewish Cincinnati young adult who's looking for an internship? Ethan Litvin is the main contact for the Cincy Internships program. After you apply, Ethan will walk you through the internship options and help you with your next steps. He'll also give you contact information for JVS Career Services, an organization that can help you spruce up your job application materials. If you run into trouble anywhere in the process, Ethan can help straighten things out.
Ethan is a graduate of Randolph-Macon College and holds a B.A. in Psychology. After giving a presentation to one of his college classes about antisemitism, Ethan was inspired to establish his own Jewish community and founded the university's Hillel. Since then, he has served as a Hillel Director at Virginia Commonwealth University and Assistant Director of Youth and Family Services at the Weinstein JCC in Richmond, Virginia. Ethan also participated in MASA Israel, where he recently spent six months working, studying Hebrew, and volunteering in Israeli society. Following his experience in Israel, Ethan spent two months in Mumbai, India, with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, where he taught English to children living in extreme poverty.
Ethan is thrilled to be serving as the Director of CIncy Internships and is excited to be an integral part of the Jewish community's efforts in connecting students to internships.
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Christine Olsen is the Student Internship Coordinator at JVS Career Services, a nonprofit that helps people find meaningful employment, businesses hire top talent, and college students find internships and jobs. She will help you prepare your resume and cover letter for internship applications. She'll also work with you to prepare for interviews.
Christine is passionate about helping people and organizations to achieve their true potential. She has done this throughout her 25-year career in Business and Education in the areas of Finance, Leadership, Training and Development, Recruitment and Career Consulting.
Prior to joining JVS Career Services, Christine served as Career Services Director in higher education. She managed advisors and coached students and alumni through their career preparation and transitions. She facilitated writing marketable resumes, teaching job search strategies, coaching on interviewing, networking strategies, personal branding, business etiquette, and employer hiring trends and culture fit, so that clients would enjoy a significant increase in job offers.
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