Meet the Interns

2021

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Our 2021 cohort of summer interns gets ready to get to work! Image credit: Tia Schwab

"West" Summer Interns

 

Jada Hallman
Marketing and Development Intern, Heyday Publishing

Jada Hallman is a rising junior at Stanford and is majoring in Communication. Her passions lie at the intersection of computer-mediated communication, education, and students' emotional wellbeing. While living off-campus during the pandemic, Jada worked as an Editorial Intern at the San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE), engaging with educational administration and public relations firsthand. In her free time, she enjoys baking, watching documentaries, and spending time with her family. She is thrilled to spend summer 2021 as a Marketing and Development Intern for Heyday Publishing, a non-profit independent publisher in collaboration with Stanford's Bill Lane Center for the American West. There, she is excited to sharpen the marketing and publicity skills she developed at the SJCOE and uplift the unique and diverse voices of authors at Heyday.

 

Victoria Hill
Museum Intern, Yellowstone National Park Heritage and Research Center

Victoria Hill is a rising senior at Stanford majoring in Art History. Her passion for artmaking introduced her to the field of art history and put her on the path to pursue a career in art conservation or museum collections. Outside of the classroom, she serves as Design Co-Director of MINT Magazine, Stanford’s sole student-run fashion and culture magazine, as well as dedicates her time to reading and writing poetry. Her hopes of working in the museum environment and budding interest in the natural historical record of national parks motivate her work as Yellowstone National Park’s Summer 2021 Museum Intern.

 

 

Diana Jordan
Elections Policy Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

Diana Jordan is a rising senior pursuing a B.A.H in Communication and a B.A. in Political Science; she plans to pursue her PhD in the future. As a first-generation low-income (FLI) student, she is particularly interested in social and economic policy. Outside of class, she works as a research assistant for the Political Psychology Research Group and the Media & Personality Lab. On campus, Diana works as a social media admin for the Stanford Daily, volunteers for the High School Support Initiative, and independently researches and publishes manuscripts about FLI student needs, perceptions, and success in elite institutions. For fun, Diana loves dancing, going out, binge-watching shows, and cooking. Diana is excited to work for the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) as an Elections Intern because it will provide her an opportunity to meet others with similar interests and further cement her passion for public policy and research.

 

Clara Kieschnick
Reslilient Landscape Programs Intern, San Fancisco Estuary Institute

Clara Kieschnick is a rising senior at Stanford majoring in Biology and Comparative Literature. Her focus in biology is on ecology and evolution, and she hopes to one day work in conservation, restoration ecology, or agriculture science. She is very excited to work with the San Francisco Estuary Institute this summer, working in restoration and urban ecology and developing her skills and knowledge in a field she would love to go into. Outside of ecology, Clara is also interested in literature (especially Russian and French literature).

 

 

 

Christina Macintosh
Intern, The Natural History Institute
 

Christina MacIntosh is a rising senior at Stanford majoring in English (Creative Writing) and minoring in Earth Systems. She loves spending time outdoors, through trail running, backpacking, farming, and hiking. When she is not moving up or down mountains, she works as a tutor at Stanford’s writing center, where she enjoys getting to know others and helping them to better express their ideas. Christina’s interest in both the humanities and science drew her to the Natural History Institute, which harnesses both disciplines to foster greater environmental appreciation. She is looking forward to working with the NHI team to learn more about the work being done to dismantle the barrier between scientific and humanistic knowledge.

 

Mario Nicolas
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park Archives
 

Mario Nicolas is an undeclared rising sophomore at Stanford interested in sustainable urban design, political philosophy, and creative writing. He’s involved with various clubs on campus such as Stanford Concert Network and the Black Student Union. Outside of class, he loves playing basketball, watching live music, biking, and hiking. His love for history and preserving nature’s beauty inspired him to work for the Yosemite National Park Archives this summer. He hopes to learn lessons from the park’s history that can aid how we design our cities and understand open space.

 

 

Iris Osorio-Villatoro
Curator of Collections Intern, Yosemite National Park Museum

Iris Osorio-Villatoro is a coterm in the Center for Latin American Studies. She completed her undergraduate career in Urban Studies with minors in Translation Studies and Psychology. As someone with many interdisciplinary interests, she’s drawn to Yosemite this summer because of her experience in research and her deep love for the outdoors. She is hoping to gain curatorial experience this summer, while contributing to a park that feels like home. When she’s not completing coursework or working on her thesis, she’s either outside by a lake, eating a potato-based food, or rewatching a TV show. 

 

 

 

Naomi Ray
Water Innovation Intern, Washington Water Trust
 

Naomi Ray is a rising senior at Stanford majoring in Chemical Engineering. She serves as President of Stanford Undergraduate Black Business Association and as a member of the programming team of Stanford Women in Politics. Outside of school, Naomi can be found cooking, reading thrilling novels, or spending time with her family in Atlanta. Her enthusiasm for water education and policy fuel her excitement to work with the Washington Water Trust this summer.

 

 

Tania Rojas
Communication Intern, Glacier National Park Conservancy

Tania Rojas is a current freshman at Stanford University majoring in Human Biology. After college she plans to got to Medical School to become a Pediatrician. She has a passion for her native language, Spanish, and use her bilingual abilities to connect people and cultures. Tania finds community service as a fundamental component in her life. Thus, she currently volunteers to teach non-native speaker children to read in English and works as a Teacher Assistant in a course that study the immigration system, both in theory and in practice, through a hotline that connects immigrants with their families. Her enthusiasm for the Spanish language and her drive to help people has motivate even more to be part of the Glacier National Park Conservancy team. She is eager to learn about the wonders hidden in the park and to transmit them to a larger audience with her translation work. 

 

Sydney Schmitter
Education and Interpretive Center Intern, Henry's Fork Foundation

Sydney Schmitter is a rising junior at Stanford majoring in Earth Systems on the Land Systems track. She is interested in studying the intersection of marine and land systems through a socio-ecological lens, and hopes to eventually enter the nonprofit world. Sydney is passionate about issues of environmental justice and is involved with several projects on campus through Students for a Sustainable Stanford and Strategies for Ecology Education, Diversity, and Sustainability. Outside of class, you can typically find Sydney gardening, playing tennis, or wave-jumping in her hometown of San Diego. She will be working with the Henry’s Fork Foundation this year in commissioning new exhibits for the Interpretive Center and quantifying visitor experience!

 

Amelia Smith
Archeology Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park Archeology Program

Amelia Smith is a Senior majoring in Human Biology, is on the Beach Volleyball team, and will be attending Georgetown University next year for a MS in Aging and Healthcare Economics and Policy.  Though her goal is medical school, she has always had a deep passion for the earth and its history.  She looks forward to applying what she learned on a Mayan archeological dig in Belize to her role in the Archeology department of Yellowstone National Park.  When Amelia is not on the sand, she can be found hiking, making jewelry, and laying in the sun. 

Shultz Energy Fellows

Named in honor of former Secretary of State George P. Shultz, one of the most widely admired American public servants of the past half-century, the program offers a suite of paid, energy-related public service fellowships for Stanford students in California, Colorado, Utah, and Hawaii during the summer.

 

Carlos Ciudad-Real
California Public Utilities Commission, Office of Commissioner Genevieve Shiroma

Carlos Ciudad-Real is a coterminal master’s student in the Atmosphere/Energy program within the Civil and Environmental Engineering department. He graduated last year with a BSH in Environmental Systems Engineering. His honors thesis focused on statistical simulations of the revenue potential for tidal and wave energy projects in California’s wholesale market. During the summer of 2018, he was a Shultz Energy Fellow at the California ISO where he studied the efficiency of the ancillary services market. He has also participated in research with the Energy Business Innovations group at the Graduate School of Business that modelled the life-cycle costs of clean energy vehicles like battery-electric transit buses. This summer, Carlos will be interning at the California Public Utilities Commission in Commissioner Genevieve Shiroma's office where he will help design financing opportunities for energy customers to invest in clean energy technologies.

 

 

 

Tony Cruz
California Air Resources Board

Tony Cruz is a third year undergraduate pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering. His interests are in environmental conservation, renewable energy, and social/economic justice. California's recent wildfires have motivated him to work to improve air quality and greenhouse emissions so that his home state is habitable for future generations. He is excited to work with the California Air Resources Board to help the state pursue it's ambitious zero emissions goals. Tony is a proud member of Toyon Hall's residential staff and you can find him shooting (socially distanced) hoops with his residents and helping them navigate their frosh experience.

 

 

 

 

 

Kaitlin Highstreet
Western Electricity Coordinating Council

Kaitlin Highstreet is a first year MS student focusing on energy efficient buildings in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department’s Sustainable Design & Construction program. She received BAs in Business Economics and Global Studies at UCLA. After UCLA, she spent a year traveling. She then worked for several years in operations at software companies before pivoting her career to align with her interest in energy and environmental sustainability. Kaitlin is excited to spend the summer with the Western Electricity Coordinating Council. She’s looking forward to applying software integrations process knowledge and experience to issues of reliability and energy forecasting.

 

 

 

 

 

Emily Klingaman
Department of Water Resources

Emily Klingaman is a junior at Stanford University studying Environmental Systems Engineering with a focus on freshwater. She is particularly interested in the technical side of water resources such as water treatment, hydroelectric power, and engineering sustainable solutions. Her passions for water resources extend to the environmental justice sector, where she is particularly passionate about access to fresh drinking water and access to energy for all. She is excited about the summer fellowship at the California Department of Water Resources (DWR), where she will work to help integrate renewable energy into the State Water Project's power portfolio. In her free time, Emily enjoys working with other student-athletes in the Sustainability Student Athlete Advisory Committee, where they work to create a more sustainable athletic department on Stanford's campus. She enjoys playing softball for the University, spending time in the outdoors, and using her platform to spread awareness of environmental justice issues.

 

 

 

 

 

Bella Meyn
Western Interstate Energy Board

Bella Meyn is a sophomore at Stanford studying Public Policy with a concentration in Resources, Environment, and Energy Policy & pursuing a secondary major in Economics. She grew up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and is particularly interested in emerging clean energy technology and its growing promise of net-zero emissions as a collaborative effort between private businesses and governments. Bella has spent most of her time in the United States living in the West, and she is passionate about maintaining those states' legacies as pioneers in climate policy. For the past year, Bella has worked at the Political Psychology Research Group studying public opinion of global warming in the United States and Sweden, specifically investigating the drivers behind position-formation processes. Bella hopes to use her background, knowledge, and excitement to help advance energy policy in the West through her fellowship this summer at the Western Interstate Energy Board!

 

 

 

Xinkun Nie
California Energy Commission, Office of Commissioner Andrew McAllister

Xinkun Nie is a 5th year PhD student in Computer Science. Her research focuses on developing novel causal inference methods and applying statistical decision-making tools to addressing challenges that arise in climate change, equity, and the clean energy transition. Prior to Stanford, Xinkun received a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. Xinkun is excited to spend the summer at the California Energy Commission, Office of Commissioner Andrew McAllister Office, and she will be working on leveraging data to inform policies around load management, demand response and grid resilience.

 

 

 

 

 

Madalsa Singh
California Public Utilities Commission, Office of Commissioner Marth Guzman Aceves

Madalsa Singh is a second year PhD student in the Department of Energy Resources Engineering. Her research lies at the intersection of electricity and transport systems and understanding the impacts of electrification on climate change, air quality, and distributional effects of technologies. She has a master's in Energy Science and Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and bachelor's in Materials Science from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT-Bombay).

This summer, she will be working with the California Public Utilities Commission, Office of Commissioner Martha Guzman Aceves evaluating the new net metering policy in California, one of the most hotly contested energy debates of the year.

 

 

 

 

Mo Sodwatana
Department of Water Resources

Mo Sodwatana is a second year master’s student in the Energy Resources Engineering department. Prior to joining Stanford, she earned her undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering at Georgia Tech. She has previously interned with the City of Palo Alto Utilities, assessing the electric vehicle charging infrastructure needs to meet city’s climate goals. Mo is passionate about renewable energy and clean technology and hopes to combine her quantitative background with policy and economics to tackle decarbonization. She is thrilled to be interning with the Power and Risk Office at the California Department of Water Resources this summer, where she will be working towards integrating battery storage and solar generation at pumping plants around California.

 

 

 

 

Spring Interns

Theo Bamberger
Stewardship Team Leader, Kittitas Environmental Education Network (KEEN)

Theo Bamberger (they/them) is a senior at Stanford majoring in Earth Systems in the Biosphere track. They are passionate about environmental education and are completing an Honors Thesis in Education this year focused on how interpretive rangers in Yosemite National Park educate visitors about climate change. Outside of academics, Theo loves redwood and oak trees, sunshine, alternative music, playing sousaphone, searching for fungi and wildflowers, long walks, and arts and crafts. They're excited to have an opportunity to apply the environmental education knowledge they've built in their classes and research at Stanford to their work with KEEN this spring. Since they are graduating at the end of the quarter, they are also hoping the internship helps propel them into a post-grad life working to connect more people to the natural world.

 

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Julia Leal
Program Analyst Intern, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Julia Leal is an undergraduate at Stanford studying Earth Systems, History, and Dance. Apart from her classes, she has been a Zero  Waste Intern through the Office of Sustainability this year, researching state and federal level waste-related policies to inform university sustainability guidelines. Her passion for dance and performance art has led her to Stanford tapTH@T, an advanced tap dance team she joined during her freshman year, along with  TAPS department productions such as ‘Beyond the  Wound is a Portal’, which she helped choreograph last fall, and the upcoming faculty dance showcase ‘Splice: 5 Dance Films’, which she is performing in. In her free time, she enjoys watching San Jose Earthquakes matches, trying new recipes, and exploring new paths to bike around campus.  Through this internship with the U.S.  Army Corps of Engineers, she hopes to gain insight into what it is like to work at a government agency, as well as to learn about the process of developing and implementing climate mitigation strategies. She aims to draw upon her interdisciplinary studies when engaging in various projects for the quarter, and believes that science and engineering are valuable forms of public service.

2020

Summer 2020

"West" Interns

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Greyson Assa '21, Earth Systems
Water Innovation Intern, Washington Water Trust

 

 

 

 

 

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Zack Boyd '21
Communication and Conservation Intern, The Henry's Fork Foundation

 

 

 

 

 

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Jess Dominick
Parks for People Intern, The Trust for Public Land

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Zora Ilunga-Reed
Intern, Natural History Institute

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Claudia Kania
Elections Policy Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

 

 

 

 

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Max Klotz
Research Intern, Galatée Films

 

 

 

 

 

 

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David Ludeke
Resilient Landscapes Program Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

 

 

 

 

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Cameron Tenner
Planning and Policy Intern, US Army Corps of Engineers

 

 

 

 

 

2019

Summer 2019

"West" Interns

Caroline Beckman

Parks for People Intern, Trust for Public Land

 

 

 

 

Sophia Boyd-Fliegel

Conservation Intern, Deschutes Land Trust

 

 

 

 

Anna Greene

Streamflow Restoration Policy Intern, Washington Water Trust

 

 

 

 

 Maxwell Klotz

Conservation Ecology Field Assistant, Santa Lucia Conservancy

 

 

 

 

Jacob Kuppermann

Resilient Landscapes Program Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

 

 

 

 

Marina Luccioni

Research Intern, Galatée Films

 

 

 

 

 

Theresa Nelson

Elections Policy Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

 

 

 

 

 Theiline Pigott

Curatorial Intern, Yellowstone National Park Heritage and Research Center

 

 

 

 

Julie Plummer

Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

 

 

 

 

 

Ilinca Popescu

Aquatics Resources Conservation Intern, Henry's Fork Foundation

 

 

 

 

Melina Walling

Intern, Natural History Institute

 

 

 

 

Stanford Energy Internships in California and Colorado

 EJ Baik

Graduate intern, California Public Utility Commission, Office of Commissioner Cliff Rechtstaffen

 

 

 

 

Yulia Chen

Graduate Intern, Western Electricity Coordinating Council

 

 

 

 

 Tristan Krueger

Undergraduate Intern, Western Interstate Energy Board

 

 

 

 

Matt Miccioli

Graduate Intern, California Energy Commission, Office of Commissioner Douglas

 

 

 

 

Scott Jespersen

Graduate Intern, Department of Water Resources

 

 

 

 

Kevin Zhu

Graduate Intern, Department of Water Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

RELATED LINKS

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2018

Summer 2018

"West" Interns

Zach Clayton

Software and Web Development Intern, Henry's Fork Foundation

 

 

 

 

Whitney Francis

Public Grants and Policy Intern, Trust for Public Land

 

 

 

 

TJ Francisco

Conservation Ecology Field Assistant, Santa Lucia Conservancy

 

 

 

 

Kerstin Heinrich

Curatorial Intern, Yellowstone National Park

 

 

 

 

Nick Mascarello

Resilient Landscapes Program Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

 

 

 

 

Victoria Mendez

Parks for People Program Internship, Trust for Public Land

 

 

 

 

Nineveh O'Connell

GIS-geographer Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

 

 

 

 

Callan Showers

Research Intern, Galatée Films

 

 

 

 

Eliza Steffen

Elections Policy Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

 

 

 

 

Emily Wilson

Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

 

 

 

 

Maggie Wood

Planning and Policy Intern, US Army Corps of Engineers

 

 

 

 

Hannah Zimmerman

Legislative Strengthening Center Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

 

 

 

Stanford Energy Internships in California and Colorado

Carlos Ciudad-Real

Undergraduate Intern, California Independent System Operator

 

 

 

 

Carly Eckstrom

Undergraduate Intern, Western Interstate Energy Board

 

 

 

 

Sheila Gao

Graduate Intern, California Public Utilties Commission, Office of Commissioner Cliff Rechtstaffen

 

 

 

 

Michelle Solomon

Graduate Intern, California Energy Commission, Office of Commissioner Janea Scott

 

 

 

 

Barrett Travis

Graduate Intern, Department of Water Resources

 

 

 

 

RELATED LINKS

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Out West Student Blog

 

2017

Summer 2017

"West" Interns

Julia Anderson

Alcatraz Island Cultural Resources Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

 

 

 

 

Juliana Chang

Events and Marketing Intern, Heyday Publishing

 

 

 

 

Zac Espinosa

Environmental Modeling Intern, Henry’s Fork Foundation

 

 

 

 

Alessandro (Sandro) Hall

Archaeology Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

 

 

 

 

Tish Johnston

Museum Intern, Yosemite National Park

 

 

 

 

 

 Nate Marshall

Community Conservation Program Intern, Trust for Public Land

 

 

 

 

 

Catie Mong

Conservation Ecology Field Assistant, Santa Lucia Conservancy

 

 

 

 

 

Jamie Rodriguez

Elections Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

 

 

 

 

 

 Amelia Shin-May Traylor

Curatorial Intern, Yellowstone National Park Heritage and Research Center

 

 

 

 

 

Miranda Vogt

Resilient Landscapes Program Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

 

 

 

 

2016

Summer 2016

"West" Interns

Top row: Emily Santhanam, Seth Chambers, Rachel Lam, Justin Appleby; Middle row: Emilia Schrier, Jaclyn Marcatili, Kate Roberts, Courtney Pal; Bottom row: Julia Goolsby, Sarah Flamm, Iain Espey, Princess Umodu Not pictured: Caroline Spears (Click image to enlarge)
Location Topic Intern
Henry's Fork Foundation Environmental Modeling Internship Justin Appleby
Heyday Books Sales and Marketing Internship Iain Espey
San Francisco Estuary Institute Resilient Landscapes Program Internship Kate Roberts
Yellowstone National Park Archaeology Internship Seth Chambers
Yellowstone National Park Curatorial Internship Emily Santhanam
Yosemite National Park Archives & Records Management Internship Emilia Schrier
Yosemite National Park Museum Internship Rachel Lam
National Conference of State Legislatures Legislative Studies Internship Princess Umodu
Trust for Public Land Government Affairs Internship Sarah Flamm
Trust for Public Land Climate-Smart Cities Internship Caroline Spears
Santa Lucia Conservancy Adaptive Management and Conservation Internship Julia Goolsby
Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trial Trail and Community Development Internship Courtney Pal
Golden Gate National Recreation Area Historic Landscape Documentation Intern Jaclyn Marcatili

 

2015

Summer 2015

Michael Gioia '17
Legislative Studies Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

Sam Klotz '16
Curatorial Intern, Yellowstone National Park Heritage and Research Center

Maya Lorey '18
Historic Preservation Intern, Alcatraz, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Monica Masiello '15
Sales and Marketing Intern, Heyday Books

Tyler McIntosh '16
Resilient Landscapes Program Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute 

Christina Morrisett '15
Environmental Modeling Intern, Henry's Fork Foundation

Katie Petway '18
Historic Preservation Intern, Fort Mason, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Savannah Pham '18
Archives and Records Management Intern, Yosemite Land Resource Office

Isabella Robbins '17
Museum Intern, Yosemite Museum

Peter Salazar '15
Archeology Intern, Yellowstone National Park

2014

Taylor Burdge '16
Research and Restoration Intern, Henry's Fork Foundation

Kristine Chen '16
Marketing and Events Intern, Heyday Books

Heather Glenny '16
Museum Intern, Yosemite National Park

Tori Greenen '15
Stewardship Conservation Intern, Peninsula Open Space Trust

Melanie Langa '16
Archeology Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Justin Lin '16
Ballot Measures Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

Fiona Noonan '17
Curatorial Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Alexandra Peers '13
Historical Ecology Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

Kristen Stipanov '16
Archives and Records Management Intern, Yosemite National Park

2013

Emmerich Anklam '15
Marketing and Events Intern, Heyday Books

Kevin Chow '13
Museum Technician Intern, Yosemite National Park Museum

Yoseph Desta '14
Elections Intern, National Conference of State Legislatures

Meghan Gewehrt '13
Archaeology Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Maddie Graham '15
Curatorial Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Chau Ho '13
Restoration Intern, Henry's Fork Foundation

Caroline Hodge '13
Stewardship Conservation Intern, POST

Kate Kramon '15
Historical Wildlife Population Intern, American Prairie Preserve

Rachel Powell '13
Historical Ecology Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

Zachary Zapata '16
Archives and Records Management Intern, Yosemite National Park Archives

2012

Michelle Berry
American Prairie Foundation

Sandy Chang
Heyday Books

Molly O'Connor
Yosemite National Park Museum

Donny Perret
Yellowstone Archeology

Jenny Rempel
San Francisco Estuary Institute

Nessarose Schear
Henry's Fork Foundation

Quinn Walker
Yellowstone Museum

2011

Carlee Brown
Western Governors Association

Spencer Castro
Yosemite Museum

Kimberly Gibson
Big Sur Land Trust

Kelsey Grousbeck
Committee for Green Foothills

Olivia Jackson
Oakland Museum

Maika Nicholson
San Francisco Estuary Institute

Emily Pollock
Seattle City Light

Chris Rurik
Yellowstone Museum

Heidi Trenholm
Henry's Fork Foundation

Beth Wylie
Peninsula Open Space Trust

2010

Summer 2010

Anthony Aerts '10
San Francisquito Watershed Ecology Intern, Committee for Green Foothills

Joe Burg '10
Intern, Sunset Magazine

Bea Gordon '10
Online News Intern, New West

Sydney Gulbronson '11
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park Archives

Rebecca LaGrandeur '11
Museum Collections Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Rachael Monosson '11
Watershed Conservation Intern, Henry's Fork Foundation

Lauren Palumbi '10
Natural History Data Visualization Intern, Oakland Museum

Melissa Runsten '10
Historical Ecology Program Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

Chris Rurik '11
Historical Geography Research Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Cristina Smith '11
Archeology Intern, Yosemite National Park

Darienne Turner '11
Museum Program Intern, Yosemite National Park

Elizabeth Wessels '10
Archeology Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

2009

Summer 2009

Emily Bookstein 
Marin Headlands Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Ana Deaconu
Comprehensive Planning and Design Intern, Yosemite National Park

Eva Glasrud
Archeology Intern, Yosemite National Park

Annemarie Golz
Watershed Conservation Intern, Henry's Fork Foundation

Katie Jones
Historical Law Intern, Alexander, Berkey, Williams & Weathers, LLP

Matt Jones
Woodcarving Intern, Northwest Woodcarving

Travis Koch
Journalism Intern, New West

Daniel Kramer
Marin Headlands Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

John Kyed
Museum Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Jairo Marshall
Museum Program Intern, Yosemite National Park

Alec Norton
Historical Ecology Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

Melanie Reynard
Media Intern, New American Media

Alan Ruiz
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

Rebecca Schwartz
Comprehensive Planning and Design Intern, Yellowstone National Park

2008

Summer 2008

Samantha Azure
History Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Panayiota Christidis
Ocean Beach Esplanade and Seawall Research Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Cristina Cordova
Media Intern, New American Media

Blair Green
Archives and Museum Intern, Yosemite National Park

Ali Guio
Archeology Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Katie Jones
Historical Law Intern, Alexander, Berkey, Williams & Weathers, LLP

Matt Jones
Intern, Northwest Woodcarving Internship

Carla Pugliese
Museum Program Intern, Yosemite National Park

Melanie Reynard
Media Intern, New American Media

Bronwen Stanford
Historical Ecology Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

Chuck Stern
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

Bonnie Swift
Point Lobos Marine Lookout Station Research Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

2007

Summer 2007

Amy Bonilla
Media Intern, New American Media

Julia Coff
Marketing and Visitor Information Intern, American Prairie Foundation

Bernard Funk
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

Justine Lai
Golden Gate China Beach Program Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Jack Loveridge
History, Architecture and Landscapes Program Intern

Megan McCurdy
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

Aimee Miles
Ethnography Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Carla Pugliese
Museum Collections Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Alan Ruiz
Environmental Planning and Compliance Intern, Yosemite National Park

Andrea Runyan
Ethnography Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Brendan Selby
Archeology Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Milton Solorzano
History, Architecture and Landscapes Program Intern

Peter Wright
Archeology Intern, Yosemite National Park

Winter 2007

Luise Richter
Yosemite's Structure and Textures, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University

Fall 2007

Alison Whipple
Historical Ecology Intern, San Francisco Estuary Institute

2006

Summer 2006

Erin Beller
History, Architecture, and Landscapes Program Intern, Yosemite National Park

Jackson Brossy
Historical Law Intern, Alexander Berkey, Williams & Weathers, LLP

Mollie Chapman
Ethnography Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Zach Dembo
Archeology Intern, Yosemite National Park

Elizabeth Hira
Museum Collections and Archives Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Hannah Larkin
Ethnography Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Elspeth Olson
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

Robin Pam
History, Architecture, and Landscapes Program Intern, Yosemite National Park

Nick Parker
Museum Program Intern, Yosemite National Park

Brian Quinn
Archeology Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Lulu Richter
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

Jenna Tonn
Archives Intern, Yosemite National Park

Jordan Wappler
U.S.S. San Francisco Memorial Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Matt Woodbury
Buffalo Soldiers National Historic Trial Intern, Golden Gate National Recreation Area

2005

Summer 2005

Laura Driscoll
Archeology Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Paloma Hill
Ethnography Program Intern, Yellowstone National Park

Elise-Marie Menke
Research Department Intern, Sunset Magazine

Ryan McWilliams
Museum Collections and Archives Internships, Yellowstone National Park

Jeff Morgan
Museum Collections and Archives Internships, Yellowstone National Park