The Edulastic team is in full swing! With schools reopening, the release of new assessment bundles, and back to school on the horizon, there’s a lot of excitement buzzing through the Edulastic atmosphere.
Yes, we are already starting to prepare for the coming school year, and we’d like to give a special shoutout to two spectacular college students who joined our team to spend their summers helping teachers! They are working on projects that include creating blog posts, welcoming the 2021-2022 Edulastic Innovator Team, and making graphics to help us share Edulastic with educators everywhere. Our 2021 summer interns are rockstars and are already so instrumental in helping us support educators around the country and world. We’re so excited to introduce them to you!
Meet our newest team members:
Chloe Tomasetta is a rising senior at UMass Boston studying Communication and Art. During the Fall and Spring semesters, Chloe works for UMass Boston’s Office of Student Activities as their Social Media and Design Coordinator. Previously, she interned for a small, non-profit organization in Boston called Save the Harbor. Here, she helped with their graphic design and communication needs. Most recently, Chloe was an installation assistant with Kate Chertavian Fine Art in Boston. She assisted on a month-long installation project of over 250 pieces of art. Chloe will spend the rest of the summer at Edulastic as a Digital Marketing Intern. She is looking forward to working within a marketing team and learning something new everyday. In her free time, Chloe enjoys hiking with her dog, taking street photographs in Boston and training for an upcoming half-marathon race.
Hi everyone! My name is Hannah, and I’m so excited to join the Edulastic team this summer! I was born and raised in Sonoma County, and am about to enter my senior year at UC Santa Barbara, where I am completing a double major in communication and political science. When I’m not studying, I love reading, doing yoga, cooking vegetarian meals, working on my college’s newspaper, and watching sunsets at the beach. I can’t wait to delve deeper into the world of education technology and hone my marketing skills this summer!