Three interns from the College of William and Mary are working on projects for Guinea Heritage Association’s Buck’s Store Museum.
The interns—Emma Eubank, Grant Wong and Hannah Sanner—each received a Woody Internship in Museum Studies. The three had different in-person internships for the summer lined up; however, the spread of COVID-19 caused their plans to change.
The university’s Charles Center, which works with students who are conducting research, was able to support the three students as they took part in the summer internship. In addition, Sharon Zuber, a board member of the GHA and professor at W&M, has been working with the students remotely.
Eubank is a rising junior at William and Mary with a major in Anthropology and Medieval and Renaissance Studies. She said that she is hoping to get into nonprofit work after graduate school or to work in an anthropological organization. Her original plan was to work in an internship with the Taft Museum of Art, but that was ...
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