Garey Sage Internship

About the internship

Thanks to a generous gift from Darla and Jonathan Garey-Sage, the department offers a 10 week internship for one undergraduate student each year. Interns build and strengthen their experience working with collections, exhibits, or outreach while still in school in order to strengthen their resume towards employment after graduation. The program is intended to support students in social sciences and humanities and is open to students in the College of Liberal Arts.

Current project

Taryn's reflections

Past projects

Kaitlyn's reflections

A black and white photograph of snowy mountains and sagebrush with a man hiding in bushes


Intern: Max Stone
Major: English
Project: “Closer to the Land” Exhibit

Black and white photograph of a woman in a house dress typing at a typewriter


Intern: Aaron Scheurmann
Major: History
Project: “Letters Home” Exhibit