Welcome Aboard to Two New GenSpace Interns

June 27, 2022
We are thrilled to introduce two new interns joining our team this summer, providing critical support to GenSpace staff and to our members.

Jack Goldman is a senior at the University of Southern California’s Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, majoring in Human Development and Aging Social Science. Jack is excited to help connect older adults in the community with GenSpace’s innovative resources and classes. During his time at GenSpace, he hopes to explore how new technology can provide older adults with the ability to safely, comfortably, and economically age in place.

Kyle Raynor is a junior at Penn State University studying Finance and Film Production. Although Kyle is new to working with older adults, he’s excited to help capture the daily activities at GenSpace. He looks forward to meeting and connecting with GenSpace members and working to tell a powerful visual story about the older adults using the space.

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