Student at Brandeis University
About Toby Kuperwaser
Toby Kuperwaser is currently a senior at Brandeis University in Boston, Massachusetts, where he is focusing his studies on History and Political Science with an interest in finding employment in International Relations after graduation. He enhances his studies through participation in Zeta Beta Tau, notable for being the country’s first Jewish fraternity, though it attracts and welcomes members from all backgrounds. Toby Kuperwaser enjoys the friendship of his brothers in Zeta Beta Tau and also takes the opportunity to volunteer on campus, helping to run the annual Red Cross blood drive and contributing to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
During his summer vacations, Toby Kuperwaser has grown in his work at a sleepover camp. He spent two years as the Unit Head at Camp Yavneh in Northwood, New Hampshire, where he provided leadership to boys and girls entering into sixth and seventh grades, approximately one quarter of the camp’s population. He managed 20 counselors and held the responsibilities for operating six bunkhouses smoothly, administering discipline, and scheduling daily activities. Prior to earning the promotion to Unit Head, Toby Kuperwaser was a counselor at Camp Yavneh for two years, working with boys between the ages of 8 and 10 and earning recognition for excellence several times. He and three other counselors were responsible for 20 boys.
Toby Kuperwaser also has experience as an ophthalmic technician with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, where he worked during school vacations in the Center’s eye unit. He primarily oversaw chart entries for incoming patients, meeting and talking with them before their routine or post-operative care and emergency eye exams. However, he was also tasked with administering various tests and scans to patients.
In his free time, Toby Kuperwaser stays active by playing basketball. Musically inclined, he enjoys playing the piano and the cello.