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Meet the Reh Center Interns

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The Reh Center for Entrepreneurship offers Clarkson University students a variety of internships tailored to provide valuable, firsthand learning opportunities. The Center currently employs seven interns:



Alicia Cabrera, Operations Intern

Alicia Cabrera is a Senior Global Supply Chain Management Major with a concentration in law. She is from North Chili, NY and has worked for the Entrepreneurship Center since Freshman year. Last Fall, she spent her semester in Madrid, Spain on Study Abroad. She is currently the Operations Intern for the Reh Center, but was also previously Co-Founder of MoJoe, Internal and External Marketing, Education Coordinator, and HR and Operations for MoJoe. 

Her involvement outside of the Reh Center includes CUSA, Delta Zeta, The Shipley Center's North Country Innovation Hot Spot, and the International Buddy program.



Amanda Ryan, Accounting Analyst Intern

 Amanda is a Senior Financial Information and Analysis Major with a Minor in Project Management.  She currently holds the position of Accounting Analyst Intern for MoJoe  Coffee.  Her current responsibilities during the week include deposits, managing petty cash with Erin Dumers, sending credit card sales to accounts receivable, providing  sales figures in Reh Center meetings, and working a minimum of 5 hours behind the counter at MoJoe. Her monthly responsibilities include creating financial reports  inventory, revenue, expense tracking, pay all invoices and vendors in a timely manner, and send the tax reports on the first day of every month to accounts receivable.

 In the past Amanda has interned for the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship as the Events Coordinator Intern and the Internal Marketing Intern. She began working for the  Reh Center as a freshman in the Spring of 2012 as the Internal Marketing Coordinator. She was moved to the role of Events Coordinator Intern in the Fall of 2012 and  held this position until Spring of 2014. In the Spring of 2014 Amanda moved to the position of Accounting Analyst Intern which she now is currently holding.

 Outside of Reh Center activities and school work, Amanda, participates in student government. She is a Clarkson University Student Senator, Class of 2015 Vice President  (4 Years), President of the Clarkson University Field Hockey Team, Student Tutor for Finance and Accounting Classes, Clarkson University Finance Committee, and the  Humane Society Club.

 “I love the passion every intern for the Reh center has for entrepreneurship, as well as the opportunities the Reh Center has to offer for small businesses.“





Mallory Fisher, Events Coordinator

Mallory Fisher is currently a Junior at Clarkson University majoring in Innovation and Entrepreneurship with a minor in Project Management. Mallory has been working as an intern with the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship at Clarkson for the past two years.  During her first year with the Reh Center she was the Internal Marketing Intern and recently moved into her current position as the Events Coordinator.

 Her main responsibilities are initiating cross-campus planning and networking to coordinate successful events.  Mallory’s duties also include managing budgets for events using excel, and creating events to educate local entrepreneurs. Outside of the Reh Center Mallory plays on the Clarkson Women's DIII Lacrosse team.




Emily Dreisbach, Marketing Intern

Emily Dreisbach is a Senior in Clarkson University's Digital Arts & Sciences program. She enjoys working for the Reh Center, as it affords her the opportunity to engage both faculty and students as well as local businesses. In addition to schoolwork and an internship, Emily is also the Historian for the on-campus a Capella group, the Golden Knotes, and loves performing with them.

In her spare time, she is a journalist for a gaming website, an avid reader, and enjoys gardening.



Jamie Griffin, Human Resource Specialist

Originally a New York City girl, Jamie Griffin is a Sophomore at Clarkson University double majoring in Innovation & Entrepreneurship and Communication & Media. She hopes to integrate cultural art and social entrepreneurship and one day obtain a career in a more creative field. Jamie is most intrigued by technological advancements and she aims to change the idea of what it means to be creative in technology. 

Participating as a barista in MoJoe last year, Jamie received a promotion in April to intern as MoJoe's Human Resource Specialist with the Reh Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Her daily duties include health code regulations, maintaining weekly schedules, and managing daily MoJoe duties. 



 Mitch Eichas, Sales and Delivery for Entrepreneur Coffee

Mitchell Eichas is a Junior Chemical Engineering Major at Clarkson University.  He works as the Sales and Delivery representative for Entrepreneur Coffee.  His responsibilities include the highest quality of customer service, on time delivery, attracting new customers and managing all sales.  His continuous communication between the Operations Specialist and himself allow for Entrepreneur Coffee to run smoothly.  He always works diligently to maintain positive relationships between Entrepreneur Coffee and its customers.

Mitchell can be seen outside of the Reh Center participating as a member of Clarkson University Ski Club (CUSC), American Institute for Chemical Engineers (AIChE), and keeping up with his academics.  He values his time at Clarkson University and looks to make the most our of all possibilities that come his way.


 Mollie Simmons, Operations Specialist for Entrepreneur Coffee

Mollie Simmons is a Senior Global Supply Chain Management Major at Clarkson University.  Mollie works as the Operations Specialist for Entrepreneur Coffee. Her main responsibilities include understanding the process of Supply and Demand, working with suppliers, ordering all items necessary for operations, and maintaining a reasonable level of inventory with established re-order points.

 Mollie works directly with the Sales and Delivery Intern to obtain new customers and determine market demands. Mollie can be seen outside of the Reh Center maintaining her academics and playing midfield for the Clarkson Women’s Lacrosse Team.