Great Conjunction is delighted to announce our new internship program and to introduce our new intern Katrina Neff! Katrina will be working with us to refine and expand our outreach, both online and in person, expand our print offerings, and formalize our internship program. Already she is bringing a renewed energy to our offices and we are thrilled to welcome her to Great Conjunction. Katrina will be working part-time onsite and remote, June through August of this year.
Thanks to our donors and everyone who has joined us for a Great Conjunction Event this is a paid internship! It is important to us that internships be available to everyone. By offering a paid internship we are able to open the program to a wider audience and attract superb talent.
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Katrina Neff is a 2022 graduate of Walsh University in North Canton, Akron. She received her Bachelor’s of Art degree with double majors in Museum Studies and History along with a minor in Art History. She was awarded the Outstanding Senior Award for both of her majors and she was also inducted into Phi Alpha Theta. In the spring of 2021, she received second place for Best Undergraduate Paper at the H.A.T.H Conference held at Youngstown State University. Her paper was accepted by the Virginia Tech Undergraduate Review for publication and she is currently in the last stages of the publication process. Katrina was also a Blouin Global Scholar, an honors program at Walsh University that focuses on discussing and analyzing global humanitarian issues. With this group, Katrina has traveled to Tanzania, Africa and multiple U.S. states on global learning experiences. Outside academic achievement, Katrina was a member of the Walsh University Marching Band and the Walsh Dance Team. Katrina has also been working at Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, in Akron, Ohio, as a Collections Technician since November of 2020.