(back, l-r) Kristen Thurber, Altice USA Community Affairs; BronxWorks’ Morris Senior Center members; Rosalina Luongo, BronxWorks assistant department director; Assemblyman Victor Pichardo; Craig Johnson, Altice USA vice president of Government Affairs; Senator Gustavo Rivera; Gianna Dell’Olio, BronxWorks director of Advancement and Communication; (front, l-r) Altice interns Chloe Safra, AUSA News; Swathi Chandrasekaran, a4; Tori Rooney, AUSA News; Julie Sher, Marketing; Karen Shen, Tax; Barbara Prempeh, AUSA News; Anastasia King, Information Technology; Eliza Allen, Government Affairs and Sheryar Asif, Accounting.
Photo courtesy of Altice USA
For Altice USA’s Campus Program philanthropy event, interns volunteered at BronxWorks, a New York City-based non-profit that provides an array of social services to over 45,000 residents of the Bronx each year.
Over 20 Interns helped with either interior and exterior painting projects at the McLaughlin Community Center or engaging in an intergenerational event at the Morris Innovative Senior Center.
At the senior center, interns helped with lunch prep and service and assisted in the center’s activities, such as arts & crafts, BINGO, and computer help.