Internships, M.F.A. Candidates
Sara Feltner (M.F.A., historic preservation, candidate) Fort McAllister, Richmond Hill, GA, cataloging artifacts in the collection.
Ivy Freitag (M.F.A., historic preservation, candidate). Ivy’s internship was a joint program offered by Bero Architecture and The Landmark Society of Western New York. Each week, Ivy worked three days for Bero and two for The Landmark Society. For Bero, Ivy completed field measurements; prepared measured drawings and construction drawings; researched building assemblies and materials; organized client presentations and proposals; and completed preservation applications and reports. The tasks pertaining to work for The Landmark Society included: preparation for and assistance with special events, preservation research, field observations and documentation, and preparation of promotional materials.
Caitlin Hamilton (M.F.A., historic preservation, candidate) performed maintenance, restoration and conservation work, as well as greeting visitors at Fort McAllister, GA.
Simone Morris (M.F.A., historic preservation, candidate) worked with Ellen Harris at the Metropolitan Planning Commission on the Wilmington Island Historic Resource Survey. This involved completing historic survey forms and entering the data into ArcGIS.
Jessica Paterson (M.F.A, historic preservation, candidate) interned at M&A Architectural Preservation, Inc., Lawrence, MA. She completed administrative tasks involving construction, restoration, and preservation projects.
Kate Stephens (M.F.A., historic preservation, candidate), interned at Historic Fort Worth, Inc., Fort Worth, TX. She researched sites of historic significance and wrote architectural descriptions.
Lauren Shaughnessy (M.F.A., historic preservation, candidate) completed a successful internship at Fort Pulaski National Monument in Georgia, which allowed her the opportunity to apply her classroom knowledge to hands-on experiences at this historic site. The internship was part of the federal government’s Pathways program, which provides paid opportunities for students.
David Trayte (M.F.A., historic preservation, candidate) completed an internship at the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation Art and Antiquities Division. As part of the Monuments Conservation Program, David applied hands-on conservation treatments on metal and stone monuments, including the Washington Square Arch. Site visits took him to such places as the Metropolitan Museum of Art Conservation Laboratory.
Beth Wiza (M.F.A., historic preservation, candidate), interned with Tidewater Restoration, Inc., Savannah, GA. She conducted research and materials testing, on-site supervisors, John Ecker and Greg Jacobs.