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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 eight interns:



Stephanie Guzzi, Sourcing Specialist Intern

Stephanie Guzzi is a Sophomore Engineering & Management Major at Clarkson University. She began as a barista for Mojoe last year, and was promoted to Mojoe’s Sourcing Specialist with the Reh Center in January.  This requires a deep understanding of the Supply Chain process for Mojoe. Her main responsibilities include maintaining vendor relations, ordering all items needed for operation, maintaining a practical level of inventory, establishing reorder points, receiving inventory, preparing bills, as well as managing Mojoe daily duties. She also must communicate effectively with the Accounting Analyst Intern and Human Resource Intern for Mojoe.

Stephanie can be seen outside of the Reh Center maintaining her academics, participating as a member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), developing a Croatian based tourism business, participating as a member of the Engineering & Management Society, and volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.



Daniel Hennis, Accounting Analyst Intern

Hailing from Spring, Texas, Daniel is a Junior Mechanical Engineer with a minor in Business. He is currently the Accounting Specialist for MoJoe. His responsibilities include updating QuickBooks with daily figures and managing cash flow by balancing accounts. His weekly duties consist of depositing cash to the Service Center, providing reports of sales and purchasing figures, sending Knight Card and Credit Card sales to accounts receivable, and working 1 shift a week behind the MoJoe bar. His collaboration with other leaders of the MoJoe team helps predict the marketing demands.

 Outside of the Reh Center you can find Daniel hanging out with his Tau Epsilon Phi brothers, practicing his  DJing skills, or putting in long nights of studying on campus.





Mallory Fisher, Events Coordinator

Mallory Fisher is currently a Senior 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.




Nicole O'Brien, Marketing Intern

Nicole is a senior Digital Arts and Sciences major with a minor in Literature. She is the new Marketing Intern for the Reh Center for Entrepreneurship. She hopes to use this opportunity to expand her knowledge of marketing and meld it with her art and design skills. Her responsibilities include running the social media outlets for the Reh Center as well as creating any designs needed for marketing purposes. Serving as a barista last fall, Nicole used her skills to help improve the forward facing marketing at MoJoe. 

In her free time, Nicole likes to keep her plate full. Alongside the intern position, she also holds a position on campus as the student worker for the Alumni and Development Department on campus. She is also the Corresponding Secretary for Clarkson University's Student Association, the Vice President of the Class of 2016, and the Recruitment Chair for Theta Phi Alpha. 


 Jacqui Hart, Summer Intern

As a rising Junior at Clarkson University, Jacqui is carrying out her passion for entrepreneurship with the Reh Center. She is currently majoring in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and minoring in Law Studies. As the summer intern at the Reh Center, her responsibilities are associated with running both MoJoe and Entrepreneur Coffee. At MoJoe, Jacqui acts as a liaison with vendors by ordering the coffee, food, and supplies needed daily, and additionally works in the mornings as a barista serving customers. At Entrepreneur Coffee, Jacqui works closely with customers, receiving and delivering orders and payments to ensure that each part of the process goes smoothly. The process includes: receiving customer orders, ordering coffee from our supplier, receiving and delivering the coffee, receiving payments and paying our vendor, and accounting for each transaction. In addition to her responsibilities at MoJoe and Entrepreneur Coffee, she assists with projects associated with the Reh Center such as the class of 2019 Design Challenge.

Outside of the Reh Center, Jacqui loves the outdoors. She can be found hiking, rock climbing, and camping on the weekends during the summer, and skiing in the winter. In addition she is a member of Clarkson’s Pre-Law Society.


Kyle Erickson, Human Resource Intern

Kyle Erickson is currently a Junior at Clarkson University majoring in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Project Management. He enjoys working with the Reh Center because it gives him a unique opportunity to work outside of the engineering school.  Aside from interning with the Reh Center, Kyle is also a member of Club Hockey and Club Broomball.

Participating as a barista in MoJoe last year, Kyle received a promotion in March to intern as MoJoe's Human Resource Specialist with the Reh Center. His daily duties include health code regulations, maintaining weekly schedules, and managing daily MoJoe duties. 



 Jacob Shea, Sales and Delivery for Entrepreneur Coffee

Jacob Shea is a Sophomore Innovation and Entrepreneurship 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.

Jacob can be seen outside of the Reh Center participating in CEO club, running young startup companies, and keeping up with his academics. He values his time at Clarkson University and looks to make the most all possibilities and opportunities that come his way.


 Stephanie Jump, Operations Specialist for Entrepreneur Coffee

Stephanie Jump is a Sophomore Innovation and Entrepreneurship Major at Clarkson University.  Stephanie 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.  She also works directly with the Sales and Delivery Intern to obtain new customers and determine market demands.  

Her involvement outside of the Reh Center includes Delta Zeta, the CU Ski Club, Photography Club, and keeping up with her academics.