With the start of the 2018-19 school year upon us, we are highlighting members of the incoming class of students. Click here to see all of the articles in this series.
Today we’re talking with incoming Chaplaincy student Noa Levy-Eshman.
Q1) Where do you live?
Q2) How did you first hear of AJRCA?
I first heard about AJRCA through members I know in the Jewish community. It was very, highly recommended.
Q3) What was it about AJRCA that drew you to enroll here?
At first glimpse, what caught my eye, was the fact that AJRCA seemed like such a family. Everyone was so kind and open right off the bat and it seemed like such a wonderful, beautiful environment to grow and thrive in both academically and personally.
Q4) What were you doing prior to enrolling?
Before enrolling I had just graduated college and I have been working at a nonprofit organization called ROSIES foundation which creates opportunities that activate and employ diverse abilities.
Q5) As you embark on this experience, what are you most excited about?
I don’t know that I’m ‘most’ excited about a certain aspect but I’m very excited about the new learning opportunities and all of the new and exciting experiences that are coming my way. Mostly, I’m just excited to start this incredible journey.