Student Government Association
Sarah Levitin, now a senior, is proud to round out her career on the Student Government Association with her fourth and final term. Since her first semester of college, Sarah has served as a Representative for the Class of 2014. In her second term, she served as Recording Secretary, and was newly elected as Vice President for her last term, also giving her the responsibility for the Operations Committee. As an extension of the Student Government Association, Sarah also serves on the Academic Policy Committee with several professors and the Dean of Academic Life.
In addition to her responsibilities on Student Government, Sarah is a declared student in International Studies (concentration International Business and Global Trade) with a Russian Studies and Spanish double minor. Currently, Sarah is in the process of applying for a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Spain, and working hard in her five classes this semester. Throughout her college career, Sarah has been inducted into Phi Beta Kappa , Pi Sigma Alpha and Omicron Delta Kappa. She also is the Class Bonding chair for the Class of 2014, an orientation director for the Student Orientation Advisory Committee, a member of the Seegers Union Student Advisory Board, and a Learning Assistant for Macro- and Microeconomics. In the spring and summer of 2013, Sarah had the incredible opportunity to study abroad in Salamanca, Spain and volunteer in Pimampiro, Ecuador, respectively.
A graduate of Swampscott High School, Sarah’s permanent residence is in Swampscott, MA, with her mother, step-father, brother, and sister. She also loves spending time with all her aunts, uncles and cousins that live nearby. In her spare time, Sarah loves dancing, spending time with family and high school friends, and eating ethnic cuisine around her hometown. Sarah’s past career-related experiences include interning for a Spanish elementary school in Salamanca, working for Massachusetts General Hospital’s International Office and volunteering at the United Nation’s Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.