Meet the 2014 Greenwich High School Interns!
GHS Interns are here for your technical support and will be offering one-on-one sessions with anyone who is in need of assistance now through June 17th.
Email them to make an appointment today at email@example.com
Monday through Friday – 9 AM to 3 PM in the
Technology Training Center.
My name is Byron and I was born in Peru. I love to play soccer and listen to music, my plans for the future is to major in computer science and get a degree. After high school I will be attending Sacred Heart University. I am looking forward to my internship here in the Greenwich Library and hope to get the full experience.
Hi, my name is Erik and I will be interning here at the Greenwich Library. As you can see from the book, my favorite sport to play and watch is soccer. After high school I will be attending Sacred Heart University and plan to study computer science. I chose to intern here because I like to help people and I am specifically good with technology. I hope to gain some basic knowledge in communicating with people who are not as familiar with technology.
I am Hajime, you can call me Jimmy. I am going to attend RIT next year as a computer science major. I like dinosaurs, space, and AMERICA.
My name is Jackie and I will be interning primarily in the local history department, but also hopefully working on projects in all different areas of the library! I love reading, especially realistic and historical fiction, and have kept a list of all the books I have read since 2007. When I'm not reading, I can usually be found listening to music, writing, playing trumpet or piano, working out, or eating! In September, I will be leaving for Jerusalem, Israel, for a year of study, and starting in the fall of 2015 I will attend the University of Pennsylvania's College of Arts and Sciences. I am very excited to intern here at the Library over the next month!
Nick will be attending University of Vermont in the Fall of 2014. He expects to major in Computer Science. He enjoys science fiction, long walks on the beach, and authoritarian dictatorships.