At the FAC, we are very fortunate to have dedicated interns join our team every semester and summer. They, along with our volunteers, are at the foundation of the Centre’s success in promoting French language culture and heritage throughout New Hampshire and beyond.

Want to intern with the FAC? Email your resume and cover letter to [email protected] .

Current Interns:


Jasmine Grace, High School Intern

Bonjour! My name is Jasmine Grace, and I am currently a high school junior. I am writing the Franco-American Centre’s blog (among other things), and sincerely enjoy this opportunity to learn about French culture in New England and around the world. It’s great to be working with the motivated and knowledgeable people who run this organization. I’m learning French in school and became involved with the FAC when I began to help organize the monthly Teen Prêt-à-Parler event. I am grateful for this wonderful opportunity to work with the FAC! 


Hekmat Hatab Ansari, Southern New Hampshire University

Hello, my name is Hekmat Hatab Ansari. I am originally from Beirut, Lebanon, and I live in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I am senior at Southern New Hampshire University, aspiring to graduate in December of 2022 with a Bachelors in Graphic Design and Media Arts. As a Lebanese I have learned and spoke French for as long as I can remember, and when I was presented with the opportunity to intern for the FAC I was excited and thrilled to be putting in all the knowledge I received in school and my personal connection to the French community. I am exited to share my knowledge in Graphic Design and to contribute to French community and to advance my knowledge of France and the French language.


Carolyn Hill, Saint Anselm College

Bonjour! My name is Carolyn Hill, and I am a senior English major at Saint Anselm College. I also have two minors in French and Gender Studies. I am a new member of the FAC intern team and will be helping out with grant writing, as well as other writing and editing projects. I am excited to learn and work with the other talented interns and staff members at the FAC! It is wonderful to see so many people passionate about sharing their love of French culture. I cannot wait to see what the rest of the semester brings me with the FAC!


Kaleb Houle-Lawrence, High School Intern

Bonjour tout le monde! My name is Kaleb Houle-Lawrence and I am a high school junior. Along with Jasmine, I am in charge of writing a bimonthly blog post for the Franco-American Centre. I will be helping plan various events with the other interns as well. I chose to intern with FAC because I have a deep-seated passion for both the French language and French culture. Being able to blog about something I am so passionate about is certainly an incredible opportunity. FAC is truly home to the physical representation of this passion, including the group Teen Prêt-à-Parler, which I helped develop and continue to help run on a monthly basis. FAC really is a place for self-development and discovery, which I have found to be crucial during my relationship with the organization and its leaders. I am honored to intern with this organization and the wonderful team behind the scenes of it all. 

Jillian Jacques, University of New Hampshire

Hello, my name is Jillian Jacques. I was born and raised in New Hampshire and I am a recent graduate of the University of New Hampshire (Go Wildcats!). I studied Business Writing and Digital Studies and minored in Spanish and Linguistics. I have 10 siblings, and the best parents anyone could ask for. Both my parents come from French Canadian backgrounds and learned some French. I am excited to contribute to French culture through grant writing at the Franco-American Centre! I hope to learn new skills and have fun while doing so!

Mackenzie LeLievre , University of New Hampshire
Bonjour! My name is Mackenzie LeLievre and I am a junior studying Marketing at the University of New Hampshire. I am thrilled to be interning at the FAC as I come from a very strong French Canadian background and most of my extended family is from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. I am excited to take part in a variety of different marketing opportunities and projects with the FAC to learn new skills and work with wonderful people!

Chloe Rich, Southern New Hampshire University

My name is Chloe Rich and I am a senior at Southern New Hampshire University. I’m currently studying Marketing with a minor in Business Analytics and I’ll be graduating in December of 2021. I’m working with the Franco American Centre on Marketing, Communications and Analytics with a main focus on social media. Some projects I have been working on are French Word Wednesday and Fun FACt Friday, two social media campaigns aimed at sharing French language and history with our followers. I am also working on virtual events for the FAC to host throughout the Spring term and a newsletter that encompasses blog posts by other interns and other aspects of French culture like fashion, food, entertainment, and more. I look forward to all this internship will bring me!

Victoria Trudeau – Southern New Hampshire University

Victoria is a recent graduate of Southern New Hampshire University and has joined the FAC team as a Graphic Design and Marketing intern. Despite growing up with a very French last name, Victoria has never had the opportunity to explore her heritage like she has been able to with the Franco-American Centre; though she does very much enjoy French animated films! She always looks forward to working with her fellow interns to make FAC services and events a success.






Past Interns:

Aaron Mitchell, University NH, Manchester
Abby Snarski, St Michael’s College
Alexa Mayo, University of NH
Alexander Curran, Colby-Sawyer
Alexis Emonds, Southern NH University
Amber Kahn, Southern NH University
Andrew Remington, AmUParis
Anastasia Tunberg, Southern NH University
Angelina Iosso, Southern NH University
Angelina Zajac, University of NH
Ashley Chapman, KSC
Ayman Elsayed, University NH, Manchester
Cassie Rowett,
Chaimae Naanai, Southern NH University
Chelsea Rodgers, University NH, Manchester
Chris Suosso, Southern NH University
Chris Gallier, Saint Anselm College
Colin Filiault, Southern NH University
Corinne Galarneau, Saint Anselm College
Daniel Black, Saint Anselm College
Deanna DeFelice, Saint Anselm College
Dylan Lindstrom, University NH, Manchester
Elena Freedman, Southern NH University
Elizabeth Yelle, Endicott
Elizabeth Lemieux, Southern NH University
Emily Lavoie, Plymouth State University
Emily Gillespie, Saint Anselm College
Emily Murphy, Southern NH University
Eric Rodriguez, Southern NH University
Erica Hudson, Saint Anselm College
Erin Eldridge, Marist
Faith McEvoy, University of New Hampshire
Fay Nayansarora, Southern NH University
Gabriel Jacques, Saint Anselm College
Gwen Kalasky, University of New Hampshire
Hailey Tremaine, Southern NH University
Jacques Omubu Okuka, Southern NH University
Jamie Roy, Southern NH University
Jason Camardi, Southern NH University
Jennifer Irving, Wheaton
Joseph Lulka, U of AL
Kate Boilard, Southern NH University
Katelyn DubreuilUniversity NH, Manchester
Katie Roy, Southern NH University
Kayleigh LaSalle, University NH, Manchester
Keely Messino, Southern NH University
Kevin Guimond, Southern NH University
Kierra Martin, Southern NH University
Kyle Despres, Southern NH University
Joseph Pellegrino, University NH
Lamienne Faverdieu, Plymouth State University
Lois Numbi, Plymouth State University
Lucas Trimmer, Saint Anselm College
Madeline Reno, University of New Hampshire
Mallory Vasquez,
Maryam Abdi, University NH, Manchester
Meghan Herrick, Plymouth State University
Michelle Boucher, Endicott
Oskar Hirte, Campbell High School
Rebecca Leboeuf, Southern NH University
Rebecca Mullen, Saint Anselm College
Robert Carr, University of New Hampshire
Ronan O’Callahan, Saint Anselm College
Sam Ennis, Saint Anselm College
Samantha MacKenzie, University NH, Manchester
Sarah Dalton, Saint Anselm College
Shannon Kinsella, University NH, Manchester
Shannon Meeks, Plymouth State University
Victoria DiPippo, University NH, Manchester
Wyndee Man, Southern NH University