This summer we have two fantastic marketing interns joining our team to help communicate what Edulastic has to offer. These interns spend their summer with us and are instrumental for helping us accomplish a variety of important tasks. They help us with creating blog posts, getting the Edulastic Innovator Team up and running, and developing Edulastic tutorial videos. They assists our marketing team with content that helps us reach provide valuable information to teachers everywhere. Again, we are excited to have them join our team and are thrilled to introduce them to you!

Get to know our newest team members!

Olivia Tomaeno

Hi! My name is Olivia and I am a rising senior at Pitzer College, one of the Claremont Colleges in Southern California. I’m studying Psychology and Spanish, and just spent the past year studying and traveling in Spain and Central America. I’m a Bay area native and am thrilled to be back home and working for Edulastic this summer! Im especially looking forward to discovering new podcasts for my commute each day and to spending time at my favorite bay area nature spots! 

Naomi Shak

Hi everyone! I’m Naomi and I’m very excited to be joining the Edulastic team for the summer! I am a rising junior at Stanford University majoring in Psychology and minoring in Economics, and possibly Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity as well. I’ve lived in the bay area my whole life but really enjoy traveling and just got back from my quarter abroad in Italy. In my free time, I love writing music and jamming with friends as well as well as playing soccer and spending time with people. I also have a passion for both marketing and education and am super excited to get to work with both this summer!

We are very excited to have Olivia and Naomi on the team this summer! One of the first things we had them do was make a fun assessment on Edulastic. Making a fun assessment is a great way to get to know Edulastic and provides a good tool for introducing other to Edulastic. Check out two of the fun assessments below or on the blog!

  Learning Edulastic with Food Preview / Access
By Naomi Shak

Learning Edulastic with U.S. States Preview / Access
By Olivia Tomaeno