Internship Opportunities in Cultural Resource Management

Established in 1998, the CRA Internship Program provides students with experience working and learning in a cultural resource management firm. CRA coordinates the supervision of interns in conjunction with the student’s appointed undergraduate or graduate school advisor.

If selected to complete an internship at CRA, you will observe different employees throughout the cultural resource management firm. Depending on project availability, you will gain experience in architecture and cultural historic work, information technology and cartography, administration (accounting, office management, and human resources), and archaeological field and laboratory work. When time and project constraints permit, you will work alongside archaeological employees with experience from varied geographic areas and time periods (historic and prehistoric). Aside from shadowing employees, you will also become familiar with the literature that informs the aforementioned departments where appropriate. A CRA mentor will assist you in completing a reading checklist and a daily log of work activities and questions. Regardless of your interests, you will be expected to develop a broad understanding of the function of a cultural resource management firm.

To apply, please submit:

  • A complete resume or curriculum vita.
  • A statement of intent – this short document should include your reasons for applying at CRA, what experience (coursework, field school, prior work experience) you will bring to the workplace, and what you hope to learn (including a brief discussion of anticipated specific areas of interest).
  • Faculty advisor contact information – applicants must have an undergraduate or graduate school faculty advisor supervise their internship program. List the name and contact information of your advisor.

You may mail these documents to CRA (attention Bridgette Robinson) or email (doc. only) files to Bridgette Robinson.

Questions? Please call our office at 859-252-4737 or email Bridgette.

Find out what our Interns had to say about the CRA experience

Interns who have participated in the Internship Program

Spring 2013

  • Aaron Durcholz-University of Southern Indiana
  • Tyler Ball – Marshall University

Fall 2012

  • Marley Rardin- University of Evansville

Summer 2012

  • John Dickerson- Western Kentucky University

Spring 2012

  • Kelly Goodner- University of Evansville
  • Allen Wolf- University of Southern Indiana

Fall 2011

  • Leah Thomas- University of Evansville
  • Tyler Crane- Transylvania University
  • Sarah McClanahan-Morehead State

Spring 2011

  • Joanne DeMaio- University of Evansville

Fall 2010

  • Rachel Lawrence- University of Evansville
  • Nicole Rashid – Bryan Station High School

Spring 2010

  • KaMan Law – University of Evansville
  • Dan Mohorcic- University of Evansville

2009

  • Aaron Harth- University of Southern Indiana
  • John Kerley – Transylvania University

2008

  • Kenneth Case – Transylvania University
  • Caroline Miller – Transylvania University
  • Emily Rinker – Transylvania University

2007

  • Jose Headley – Transylvania University

2006

  • Weston Bacon-Schulte – Mississippi State University

2005

  • Sean Watkins-Harris – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Eve Lockhart – Eastern Kentucky University

2003

  • Susan Blankenship – University of Kentucky
  • William Botkins – University of Leicester
  • Carrie Castle – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Benjamin Garrison – University of Wyoming (Laramie)
  • Tracy Harp – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Jacqueline Horlbeck – University of Kentucky
  • Andrea Howard – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Susan Blankenship – University of Kentucky
  • William Botkins – University of Leicester

2002

  • Tamara Farnsworth – University of Kentucky
  • Amanda Graham – Transylvania University
  • Julia Irwin – Oberlin College
  • Rebekah Rapier – University of Kentucky
  • Trent Spurlock – University of Kentucky
  • J. Eric Thomason – Transylvania University
  • Catherine Vannatter – Transylvania University
  • Lee Walls – Mary Washington College
  • Jason Woodard – Transylvania University

2001

  • Colin Broderick – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Josie Ghosal – Transylvania University
  • Morgan Greer – Transylvania University
  • Jacquelyn Pinckney – Transylvania University
  • Dale Wellman – University of Georgia

1999

  • Bradford Hensley – Central Kentucky Technical College
  • Emily Parker – Transylvania University
  • William Putnam – Washington and Lee University
  • Barry Sullivan – Georgetown College
  • Christie VanCoevering – Transylvania University

1998

  • Susan Butcher – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Jason Campbell – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Anita Coleman – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Leigh Cooper – Transylvania
  • Brian Guagliardo – Transylvania
  • Don Phillips – Eastern Kentucky University
  • Debra Putnam – Eastern Kentucky University