Meet the New LUM Spring Interns
Beth Kupsis & Anneke Radelich
Purdue Human Services Students
Meet Beth Kupsis and Anneke Radelich, the new LUM Spring Interns (pictured below L to R). At LUM, Beth & Anneke will be working with each of the assistance programs including Financial Assistance, Immigration Clinic, Tax Assistance & ID Clinic; with the children in the After School Program, with the Westside & Protein Food Pantries and Emergency Shelter, and in planning the 50th Anniversary Celebration. Read more about Beth & Anneke below.
Elizabeth “Beth” Kupsis grew up in Valparaiso, IN and now lives in West Lafayette. She graduated from Valparaiso High School and is currently enrolled at Purdue University. Beth will earn a bachelor’s in Human Services with minors in Psychology and Law & Society. After graduation in May, she plans on working with families and children.
Beth is the youngest of five children and an aunt to five children. She is a member of the Theta Nu Chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority at Purdue. In her free time, Beth enjoys spending time with her family, painting, and rock climbing.
Anneke Radelich grew up in Middlebury, IN, graduated from Northridge High School, moved to Three Rivers, MI after graduation, and now lives in West Lafayette. She is currently enrolled at Purdue University and will earn a bachelor’s in Human Services. After graduation in May, Anneke will be a missionary with EveryHeart Movement.
Anneke is the youngest of four children and her family is truly global. Her mother is from South Africa, her grandfather is from Croatia, her grandmother is from Italy, her uncle is from Australia, and she has aunts and uncles who live Wales and England. At Purdue, Anneke is a member of the Stewart Cooperative. In her free time, she loves to travel, play volleyball, and play the piano.
LUM is fortunate to have Purdue students with Beth & Anneke’s energy and passion join the LUM staff as interns. Join us in welcoming them.