Management Intern

Tavo Viramontes currently serves as the Management Intern for Hillel San Antonio. He was raised in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico and later moved to San Antonio, Texas where he has been residing for the past 7 years. Throughout his high school years Tavo was involved in diverse Jewish youth groups including USY, NCSY and Cteen. At UTSA Tavo is studying to get his Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and  serves as President for Hillel and  Vice President for the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. In Tavo’s free time, he enjoys training for triathlons, binge watching netflix, and spending time with family. You may contact Tavo at



Management Intern

Calena is a Junior at Trinity University pursuing an accounting degree. This is her second year on board now serving as a management intern for Hillel San Antonio. She is originally from Austin Texas and is excited to be living and exploring  San Antonio. In her free time she loves to play candy crush, volunteer, and dance. her favorite Jewish food is hummus. You may contact Calena at



Engagement Intern

Though it is his first year on board, Bennett’s marvelously social personality makes him a perfect fit for the board’s Engagement Intern position. Coming from both a Russian and Israeli background, Bennett was born in New York City and later made his way down to San Antonio where he plans to make his mark. Bennett is involved with the Investment Society, Dance Club, and even serves on the board for Alpha Epsilon Pi, the Jewish fraternity on Campus. Set up a time to meet with him for coffee or lunch at or at (210)-993-5867.



Religious & Cultural Intern

Cassiopeia Cavazos is on board for her second year, now serving as the Cultural & Religious Intern for Hillel SA. When she’s not programming writing for Hillel, you can find her either in a meeting with Women in Medicine, Latino Medical Student Association, or working in the ER here in San Antonio. You can contact Cass at



Service & Social Intern

Nina De La Torre is the Social and Service Intern for Hillel, as she loves finding new ways to help her community. In her high school year she attended the John Jay Science and Engineering academy and there she helped cultivate programs to get students excited  about STEM. Her last name meaning “From the tower” is fitting as she has extremely long hair like Rapunzel! She loves pop-up cards, chess, and her two pet roombas. Along with interning at Hillel, she is also a math tutor for kids of all grades.



Development Intern

Megan Siegel is a junior accounting major at UTSA born and raised in San Antonio! She served as an Engagement Intern last year and is now serving as the Finance & Development Intern during the current year. Megan hopes to work as a public accountant in audit for a few years before becoming a college professor. She enjoys music, dogs, and all things Hillel!  You may contact her at