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Worcester’s Kantrowitz Interns with Senator Moore

Sunday, July 16, 2017

 

Senator Moore and Haya Kantrowitz

Senator Michael Moore welcomed Worcester’s Haya Kantrowitz to the State House as part of the 2017 summer internship program.

“Hava is a bright, accomplished young woman who brings a wealth of experience to the office. I appreciate her interest in learning more about the legislative process, and for taking time away from her summer to assist me and my staff.  I am sure that she will find his time at the State House both interesting and rewarding,” said Senator Moore.

Kantrowitz is interning with Senator Moore four days each week throughout the summer.

Interns in Senator Moore’s State House office assist with daily office operations, conduct legislative research, attend informational seminars with legislators and constitutional officers, and have a first-hand opportunity to observe the Massachusetts legislative process.

Haya Kantrowitz

Kantrowitz, the daughter of Michael Kantrowitz and Joyce Mandell of Worcester, is a rising junior at the Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Outside of the classroom, she is a fencer who partakes in competitive matches and also enjoys coaching.  In addition, she serves as a member of the Central Massachusetts Regional Student Advisory Council where she collaborates with students from across the region to advise the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education on matters relative to public education.

She is also the treasurer of the Class of 2019 who, in her spare time, works at Old Sturbridge Village as a guest interpreter.

 

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