Seven College Students Complete Internships With PHLF
We thank the following interns for volunteering with the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation from January through April: Zachary Adams (University of Pittsburgh), Allison Ake (Duquesne University), Kelly Benninger (Carlow University), Colleen Gribbin (University of Pittsburgh), Elise Oberdick (Robert Morris University), Elena Ramsey (University of Pittsburgh), and Elizabeth Stoyle (University of Pittsburgh). They helped primarily with educational programs, publications, and research/archival activities. Read more about the internship of Elise Oberdick.
In addition, Michal Gould (Chatham University) has been assisting us with historical research. Julie Edwards (Kent State University graduate) and Megan Miller (University of Cincinnati) have been using their interior design skills to create new signage for a main street business in Leechburg, and have been a tremendous help with the “People Who Work to Improve Our Communities” career education program.
Beginning in May, PHLF welcomes a new group of about ten more college interns on an unpaid basis to help with summer educational programs, research activities, and preservation activities.
To learn more about PHLF’s internship program, click here.