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Who were the interns from AHS serving this fall?

intern 150 012018Alex Coats interns with town animal control.

Interns from Arlington High School earn credit for serving in a variety of capacities with local organizations and businesses.

Melanie Konstandakis, an AHS social-studies teacher who directs the program, handed out certificates to interns Jan. 11. She provided a full list of interns and who they served for fall 2017.

See a series of photos of the interns >>

Bridget Carney, Lynn and Jen's dance studio

Winston Chen, Arlington Engineering Office

Alexandra Coats, Arlington Animal Control

Davis Coleman, MA State House

Amanda Coolidge, Lovelane

Isabella Dray, Representative Sean Garballey's Office

Roselyn Duffy, Lovelane

Danielle Fahey, Helena's Boutique

Megan Finch, AHS

Anastasia Goulopoulos, DevTech Research Group, Tufts University

Silvi Grodstein, Edward M. Kennedy Institute

Anahit Hakobyan, Leader Bank

Adeline Jurgensmeyer, Winchester Hospital

Reilly Kendall, Churchill Stables

Alyssa Kerble, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Riley Keyes, AHS LABBB

Emily Minchello, Arlington Police Station

Adriana Moreno, Arlington EATS (AHS)

Thomas O'Rourke, AHS Athletics Office

John Pescatore, Town Engineer Office

Holly Russell, Athletics Director Dlugolecki's office

Bea Schueller, YourArlington.com

Wilson Sosna, AHS AP Bio Class

Adriana Sutton, Ellenhorn

Grace Willoughby, Arlington Diversity Task Group

Maya Zaslaw, Arlington High School athletic trainer

Katie Brigham, AHS drama department


This  news announcement was published Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018.

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