Jenzabar Internship Program 2019 Honorees Unveiled

July 24, 2019   |  
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We are thrilled to reveal that the Jenzabar Internship Program is sponsoring 43 interns for the summer of 2019. This unique program provides students from colleges and universities that use Jenzabar solutions, the opportunity to gain hands-on, real-world experience working in higher education while earning a competitive wage throughout their internship.

This year, the Jenzabar Internship Program attracted applications from partner schools around the world. This year’s honorees come from as far away as Nairobi, Kenya. Students are selected for this highly competitive program based on their positivity, diligence, enthusiasm for learning, and communication skills – all attributes that drive the Jenzabar mission.

Awarded Approximately 200 Internships and $1 Million Since Program Inception


Since the Internship Program’s inception in 2017, Jenzabar has awarded approximately 200 students with paid internships to total over $1 million. Similar to the company’s approach to servicing its partner institutions, the internship experience is tailored by each campus to each student awarded. Participating schools have ownership over the internship curriculum, allowing the program to fit the needs and schedules of all involved. Students have interned in roles within Admissions, Financial Aid, Development, Information Technology, and other departments across campus.

Interns Participate in JAM2019


As part of the Jenzabar Internship Program, interns participated in JAM, Jenzabar’s Annual Meeting an annual gathering for Jenzabar customers held May 29-June 1, 2019 in San Diego, California. At JAM, interns had the opportunity to participate in product training, networking events, and informative sessions where they gained invaluable professional experience. 

“Jenzabar is committed to creating a better experience for students and making it easier for students to reach their highest potential,” said Ling Chai, President and CEO of Jenzabar. “We are pleased to support these exceptional interns with their talent, enthusiasm, and drive as they work to make a difference at their institutions.”

2019 Jenzabar Interns


This year’s passionate team of interns are as follows:

  • Abigail Martineau, Palm Beach Atlantic University
  • Amy Young, College of Southern Idaho
  • Ariana Copeland, Columbia International University
  • Arnold Mukisa, Central Methodist University
  • Brennan Revells, North Greenville University
  • Brian Davis, Charleston Southern University
  • Calista Mason, Randolph-Macon College
  • Christian Bateson, West Shore Community College
  • Debra Brown, Simmons College of Kentucky
  • Emily Lathrop, Mid-America Christian University
  • Erika Kauffman, Geneva College
  • Ethan Kohl, Thomas More University
  • Fatema Fakih, Madonna University
  • Francisco J. Reyes González, ICPR Junior College
  • Hannah Mitchell, University of Saint Joseph
  • Isaac Bleecker, Gordon College
  • Jacqueline Sanna, Bay Path University
  • Jennifer Herrera, Schreiner University
  • Jess Moser, Florida Southern College
  • Joel Mejia, Silver Lake College of the Holy Family
  • John Stevenson, Paris Junior College
  • Justin Knill, Mount St. Mary's University
  • Karuna Bhaila, Webster University
  • Kelvin Muneene, United States International University- Africa
  • Lav Patel, Robert Morris University IL
  • Lisset Diaz, Dominican University
  • Magdalene Anima Asare, Cottey College
  • Manuel Pierre, Benedict College
  • Matthew J. Davitt, Texas Lutheran University
  • Nathan L. Moore, Saint Francis University
  • Quinlan Harsch, Florida Southern College
  • Ricardo Rendon-Habana, Montreat College
  • Samuel Fonseca, Clear Creek Baptist Bible College
  • Samuel Motokatla, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Sarah Stauber, Lake Forest College
  • Semeone Mundy, Chatfield College
  • Danny Fourtner, Mid-Plains Community College
  • Sydney Jendrusch, Schreiner University
  • Thurman Trapp, Shaw University
  • Vincent E. Payne Jr, Park University
  • Zach Camden, John A. Logan College

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