Become an Intern

The explosion of the digital age has made it possible for students anywhere to take advantage of the unique opportunity to become part of this fascinating and rewarding project by completing an internship through the Theodore Roosevelt Center. Dedicated Center staff members mentor students and provide them with valuable experience prior to entering the workforce.

Our interns are a vital part of our work here at the Theodore Roosevelt Center. They hail from all over and study in some of the best library science and history programs in the country. They help Center staff catalog items, review items, and conduct copyright research, and they provide valuable input into some of the ongoing projects of the Center. They have worked in every collection in the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library to date.

The 2019 internship cycle will open up in late February/early March.

Current and Former Interns, Student Workers and Digital Library Assistants:


Rachel Alexander Elizabeth Bauerle
Tom Beck
Sara Beckman Jacqueline Billig Amy Bishop
Veronica Boeve Timothy Bowen Joseph Camisa
Alissa Caron Sarah Curley Jorden Dupuis
Jess Durham Beth Emmerling Ulsbold Enkhbold
Vanessa Escobar Lindsey Fresta Jessica Gauthier
Jennifer Greenwood; Daryl Grenz Halley Grogan
Saba Gvetadze Ron Jablonski                       Marie Jarry
Sara Jensen Angela Kilsdonk Heidi Lansford-Voller
Carole Tristani LaRochelle Carla Lesh Xinghua Li
Jennifer Mahar-Whitcomb           Grant Maher Khuraman Mammadova
Charity Martin Adriana Maynard Rayel McPeters
Lauren Miller Storm Miller Niki Mitchell
Beth Nettels Emily Nelson Brenda Newman
Beth Noyes Katie O'Connell
Lynn O’Connor
Liza Oldham Kyndal Owens Chris Price
Chris Pulakos Stephanie Patton April Redetzke
Hope Ruggles Jessica Ruppert Lynn Sheehy
Sara Shreve Katie Sipps Tong Sun
Sarah Sundbeck Camille Torres Venus Van Ness


Kelsey Walsh Lisa Cruces Welty