Hillel of Sonoma County
Hillel of Sonoma County

Student Interns

Samantha Mazo

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Sam is from Burbank, Ca and is a third year at Sonoma state university. She is studying to become a human development major and eventually work with kids with disabilities. Samantha works at a Jewish sleep away camp in Malibu and loves her jewish identity. She is very excited to be apart of this Hillel team.

Sara Feinman

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My name is Sara Feinman, born and raised in San Diego, and I am currently a Sophomore Women and Gender Studies major. I am very passionate about feminism, politics, animal rights, health, Judaism, and education.  In 2017 I interviewed for the Jacob’s International Teen Leadership Institution (JITLI), and traveled to Israel for 3 weeks to meet up with  Israelis Bedouin Muslims in efforts to understand each other in ways we never could and open up a dialogue between the two religions and cultures.

Oren Gremberg

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My name is Oren Gremberg. I am from Los Angeles, CA. I am 22 and am a junior at SSU. I transferred here in the spring of 2018 and am a Computer Science major. I love sports and can watch and talk about them for hours. I game a little but mostly sports games. I have worked at an overnight jewish summer camp for 6 years. I am American born but first generation as my whole family immigrated here from Israel. I am super stoked to be part of the Hillel team this year.

Cole Bobbit

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My name is Cole Bobbitt, and I am from Los Angeles! In my free time I enjoy playing guitar and spending time with my fraternity brothers. Every day I try to be an upstanding member of the Jewish community, specifically here at Sonoma State University. My favorite Jewish memory would have to be having all of my family at my bar mitzvah. I am exited to be apart of such an amazing organization! 

Samantha Cortez

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My name is Samantha Cortez. I am from Redondo Beach, CA. I am 21 and a Senior at Sonoma State University. My major is Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Science. My hope is to attend grad school after graduation and become a Pediatric Physical Therapist. Back home I work as a lifeguard, swim instructor and a coach. In the past 3 years at Sonoma State I have been involved with rowing, club water polo, 3 Winns and was on the women’s water polo team for 2 years. 

Students

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Connecting with Israel

Jewish, age 18-26 and never taken a peer-trip to Israel before? Then come with us on a FREE 10-day trip to Israel and watch the sun set over the Mediterranean, ride a camel, see the sunrise after scaling Masada, put a note in the Western Wall and connect with others from Hillel of Sonoma County! Organized through Sonoma Hillel and Taglit-Birthright Israel, this trip is a great way to travel to Israel with your campus – FOR FREE! For more information and to apply visit https://www.birthrightisrael.com


Interested in spending up to a year in Israel? MASA offers programs ranging from five to 12 months for young adults ages 18-30 Check them out at https://www.masaisrael.org


SSU Study Abroad Program in Israel at University of Haifa

To find out more click here.

Internship opportunities

Want a fun job during the school year that also pays? Become a Hillel Intern!

By working with us, you can gain great professional experience, network with Hillels and students on other college campuses and help build Jewish student life here in Sonoma County.