Monday, April 22, 2013

Seton Hall Intern Wins Award for Excellence

We'd like to congratulate our fall 2012, intern, Julie Carlson, on winning a Seton Hall University Experiential Education Award for her internship here at Morristown.

Ms. Carlson is the undergraduate Experiential Education Award recipient for the College of Arts and Sciences. Winners are selected for their outstanding work and contributions to their work sites, as well as their demonstration of leadership, both on and off-campus. She has also been invited to participate in the Petersheim Academic Exposition, where she will present her internship project at the Interdisciplinary Poster Session.

While at Morristown, Julie helped develop our Traveling Museum Artifact Kits, created online MiniLessons, and evaluated our Park for Every Classroom teacher workshop.

Ms. Carlson is currently completing her student teaching practicum at Lazar Middle School in Montville, New Jersey and will graduate this May.

Way to go, Julie!

1 comment:

  1. We are grateful to Morristown National Historical Park Museum and Library for giving Julie the opportunity to do her internship with them. The staff was professional and the work stimulating. We trust that many will use the museum to augment their educational experience.

    Keep up the good work.
    Bart Carlson