Anne Ray Internship

In 2009, the IARC introduced the Anne Ray Internship, which allows the IARC to train two young professionals in the field of museum work and research. One position is open to a Native American individual, while the second position is available to any recent graduate or graduate student whose career plans focus on working with Native American collections. Both internships are made possible with the generous support of the Anne Ray Charitable Trust.

Today, interns spend half their time working on collections/registration projects and half of their time working on academic/programming projects. Interns will also have the opportunity to work with and be advised by the annual Anne Ray Resident Scholar.

Nina Sanders, 2016-2017 Anne Ray Intern Nina Sanders
2016–2017
Saeko Yamada, 2016-2017 Anne Ray Intern Saeko Yamada
2016–2017
Jennifer Himmelreich Jennifer Himmelreich
2015–2016
Annie Brooke Lang Annie Brooke Lang
2015–2016
Katherine Barry Katherine Barry
2014–2015
Lilyan Jones Lilyan Jones
2014–2015
Patricia Baudino Patricia Baudino
2013–2014
Jordan Wilson Jordan Wilson
2013–2014
Lisa Hsu Barrera Lisa Hsu Barrera
2012–2013
Melvin Sarracino Melvin Sarracino
2012–2013
Jennifer McCarty Jennifer McCarty
2011–2012
Kelsey Potdevin Kelsey Potdevin
2011–2012
Gloria Bell Gloria Bell
2010–2011
Teresa Montoya Teresa Montoya
2010–2011
Dominic Henry, Anne Ray Intern Dominic Henry
2009–2010

Sponsored by Anne Ray Charitable Trust

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