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.

 

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Andrew Hood

Animal Care Applied Group

Junior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the Giant Beaver!

 

W DSC_0601Emilia Schonthal

Scientific Illustrator/Animal Care Applied Group

Junior, Art major

My favorite thing in the museum is the insect collection!

 

W DSC_0585Laura Corichi

Animal Care Applied Group

Senior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the scientific literature book in the insect alcove!

 

W DSC_0609Zoe Curry

Animal Care Applied Group (with cricket expertise)

Sophomore, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the insect alcove!

 

W DSC_0615Tara Burns

Collections Applied Group

Junior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the bird spiral and the passenger pigeons!

 

W DSC_0613Hanna Klondaris

Collections Applied Group

Senior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the Giant Beaver!

 

W DSC_0651Asa Duffee

Does Everything

Senior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the picture of my face in the insect alcove!

 

W DSC_0624Elisabeth Sorrows

Exhibit Development Applied Group

Freshman, undecided major

My favorite thing in the museum is the wetlands exhibit!

 

W DSC_0658Cole Harmon

Collections Applied Group

Freshman, undecided major

My favorite thing in the museum is the insect collections!

 

W DSC_0673Emily McGrew

Marketing and Communications Applied Group, Outreach Applied Group

Junior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the micro-eye!

 

W DSC_0661Chelsea Ferguson

Outreach Applied Group

Senior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the baby turtles!

 

W DSC_0678Anna Schonwald

Outreach Applied Group

Sophomore, Physics major

My favorite thing in the museum is the Adena/Hopewell exhibit!

 

W DSC_0698Rachel Wadleigh

Outreach Applied Group, Exhibit Development Applied Group

Sophomore, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the Giant Beaver!

 

W DSC_0682Katherine Sorrows

Outreach Applied Group

Freshman, Geology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the snakes!

 

W DSC_0701Katy Rockefeller

Outreach Applied Group

Senior, Art History major

My favorite thing in the museum is the snowy owl!

 

W DSC_0708Leah Everitt

Outreach Applied Group

Junior, Neuroscience major

My favorite thing in the museum is the Giant Sloth!

 

W DSC_0712Barbara Dale

Outreach Applied Group, Exhibit Development Applied Group

Junior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the insect alcove!

 

W DSC_0713Dave Friedmen

Outreach Applied Group

Senior, Environmental Studies major

My favorite thing in the museum is the whale vertebrae!

 

W DSC_0567Meg Hennessey

Marketing and Communications Applied Group

Senior, Biology major

My favorite thing in the museum is the mammal heads!

 

WWP_3642-for -webKate Roosa

Marketing and Communications Applied Group

Senior, Neuroscience major,

My favorite thing in the museum is the giant quartz crystal!

 

 

 

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