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Setauket's Danielle Shangold Named Sports Management Intern at Suffolk County Community College

Setauket’s Danielle Shangold is an intern in Suffolk County Community College’s athletic department for the spring 2017 semester.

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Danielle Shangold.

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Selden, NY - February 13, 2017 - Setauket’s Danielle Shangold, a 2015 SUNY Cortland graduate and master’s degree candidate in Sports Management, is an intern in Suffolk County Community College’s athletic department for the spring 2017 semester. Shangold will help with athletic event setups and coordination for winter and spring sports, coordinate social media for Suffolk’s athletic teams as well as provide media relations support.

“To earn my masters in sports management I am required to intern during my last semester of study,” Shangold said and added, “the first place I turned to was Suffolk Community College because the college is known for its superior athletics programs.”

Shangold is a 2011 Ward Melville High School graduate.