Student Staff

The Joseph Moore Museum hires students each semester in a number of positions including curators, museum hosts, animal caretakers, artists, and exhibit designers. The museum also offers courses and internships for credit at Earlham. Students who work at the museum go on to successful careers in museums across the country, as well as to related fields like education. Students from all majors are welcome to apply for museum positions. Interested students should check back here before the beginning of each semester for a work application.

Mayeesha ResizeMayeesha Ahmed

2017, Biochemistry major

Scientific Illustrator

 

Chris ResizeChris Angell

2015, Biology major

Marketing and Communications Applied Group, Exhibit Development Applied Group

 

Wallis Resize 2Wallis Bland

2017, Biology major

Collections Applied Group

   

Heather Brock ResizeHeather Brock

2015, Biology major

Collections Applied Group

 

W DSC_0615Tara Burns

2015, Biology major

Collections Applied Group

 

 

Andy ResizeAndy Collins

2016, Biology major

Outreach Applied Group

 

 

Pippin ResizePippin Ke-Lind

2016, Biology major

Collections Applied Group

 

 

Jackie ResizeJackie Lebouitz

2018, Biology major

Marketing and Communications Applied Group

 

 

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Cole Harmon

2017, Environmental Science and Ceramics major

Collections Applied Group

 

 

Bailey ResizeBailey Heinzen

2015, Biochemistry major

Outreach Applied Group

 

AndrewAndrew Hood

2015, Biology major

Animal Care Applied Group

 

 

Emily ResizeEmily McGrew

2015, Biology major

Marketing and Communications Applied Group, Exhibit Development Applied Group

 

 

Cole Moore ResizeCole Moore

2015, Politics major

Outreach Applied Group

 

 

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Emilia Schonthal

2015, Art major

Scientific Illustrator

 

 

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Elisabeth Sorrows

2017, Psychology major

Outreach Applied Group

 

 

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Katherine Sorrows

2017, Geology major

Outreach Applied Group

 

 

W DSC_0698Rachel Wadleigh

2016, Biology major

Outreach Applied Group, Marketing and Communications Applied Group, Animal Care Applied Group

 

 



 

 

 

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Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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Richmond, Indiana
47374-4095
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