Meet the Interns

The Commonwealth Center for Humanities and Society strongly encourages students to pursue hands-on learning through its internships with our regional Arts and Culture Partners. Education should not be confined to the campus. Internships allow students to develop relationships with Louisville's most important cultural institutions, acquire crucial skills, and gain experience that prepares them for professional life after graduation.

Spring, 2019 Interns

In the Spring, 2019 semester, the CCHS has facilitated the placement of interns at The Filson Historical Society, the Frazier History Museum, the Louisville Free Public Library, the Cave Hill Cemetery, the Portland Museum, and special internship for a collaborative project, "Afloat: An Ohio River Way of Life." Each internship comes with an award of $500 toward tuition.

Elizabeth Standridge at Filson Historical Society Elizabeth Stanbridge is working with Manuscript Collections at the Filson Historical Society.
Cassidy Meuer at Filson Historical Society Cassidy Meurer has an internship at the Photographic Archives of the Filson Historical Society.
Olivia Raymond at the Portland Museum Olivia Raymond's internship at the Portland Museum focuses on Oral History project.
Bailey O'Leary at Portland Museum Bailey O'Leary assists in Portland Museum's Operations and Management.
Sam Dunn (left) at Frazier History Museum Samuel Dunn's internship focuses on Public Engagement and Programming at the Frazier History Museum.
Mason Strange (right) at Cave Hill Cemetary Mason Strange is conducting research on notable people of the Cave Hill Cemetery and compiling information for tours and exhibits.
Jakia Marie (center) at LFPL Jakia Marie is working at the Louisville Free Public Library on programming for immigrant and refugees communities.
Matt Mooser' internship focuses on a community wide collaborative project "Afloat: An Ohio River Way of Life."

Spring 2017 Interns

Treva Hodges, UofL student

Treva Hodges is pursuing her Ph.D. in Humanities and graduate certificate in Public History and Women & Gender Studies. This semester Treva has internship at Filson Historical Society and working on several archival projects with Jennifer Cole, Associate Curator of Special Collections.

Kelly Morris is pursuing her Ph.D. in Humanities and has been awarded Collections Management Internship at Filson Historical Society. Together with Jim Holmberg, Curator of Collections, Kelly is doing research on manuscripts and photographs.

Nicole Buller is finishing her undergraduate degree in Fine Arts and Marketing. Nicole has been awarded Collections Management Internship at Louisville Metro Public Art this semester. Under the supervision of Sarah Lindgren, Public Art Administrator, Nicole researching art objects, gathering site data, writing texts, and participating in outreach initiatives.

Sarah McCoy is completing her undergraduate degree in History. Sarah has been awarded Museum Education Internship at Historic Locust Grove. Sarah is working with Mary Beth Williams, Curator of Collections and Education, and assisting in educational outreach programs for K-5 and cross-training as a docent to give public tours.

Shelby Florenceis pursuing her undergraduate degree in History. Florence has been awarded Collections and Preservation Internship at The Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind. Under the supervision of Mike Hudson, Executive Director, and Anne Rich, who is Collections Manager, Sarah is working on a large collection of historical photographs, primarily documenting the past 100 years of production at APH.