LowLine- Young Ambassador 

My Experience:

The Young Ambassador Program was a special experience because it was my first internship. Not only was this my first internship but it was my first time truly connecting and creating with students who didn't attend my school. I have gained experience with teamwork and communication. Along with connecting me with great people that I have now formed friendships with. I have also gained experiences helped me in my life and helped me further myself towards my career goals. 

Earth Matter- NYHS Organics Manger 

My Experience:

During this internship, I was one of the two Waster Mangers at my school. Where I collected and sorted waste and turned it into compost. Along with with mange the data that was being collected. In this internship, I got to explore my capability to expand my knowledge on a topic that was very important. I also go to practice my data management skills.

Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

 Port Dep. Summer Intern

My Experience:

Working this summer Port Authority of New York and New Jersey within the Port Department was truly an amazing experience. I got to use the skills I learned in my past internships and learned new skills. Furthermore, I learned a new understanding not only on topics I learned at the internship but on the agency overall. In the internship, my partner and I created a New Employee Handbook that contained general information, benefits, programs, How To's, and need to knows. And I also conducted a lot of research and presentation during my short stay. 


Harbor SEALs - Photoyplankton and Bacteria Captain/ Mentor (2018-2019)

In Harbor SEALs, I am currently being a captain along with mentoring students in the after school program. I am planning sampling trips, teaching the IDEXX Enterlort Method, along with helping to teach the microscope method to find micro-plastics. Where I am also managing multiple sources of data and leading my team to be successful.

Harbor Corps (2017-2019)

In Harbor Corps, I am doing many different things but mainly volunteering with different community groups. In the club, the students involved connected and talked with not only the other CTE's (Career Technical Education) programs but also with the Billion Oyster Project to collaborate on projects together. A major project that I was apart of was helping install the first-ever oyster at Bushwick Inlet. The team I worked (which was comprised of students and a BOP staff member) surveyed the site, monitored the oysters, and presented at some community meetings.