"This was such an amazing experience, and I really loved every day of it. I enjoyed the diversity of the work, split between photography and Visitor Programs
duties, the incredibly friendly, supportive staff in the office, working with my fellow interns, learning about the Court, and just the fantastic atmosphere here."
- Uinta Cook, Digital Assets Management intern, Fall 2014
"Interning with the Curator's Office was easily the best experience of my college career. I met amazing people, strengthened my public speaking skills, and enjoyed
a unique opportunity to work in the most beautiful building in Washington! The Curator's staff treated me like family, and I made memories that I will carry with me
for the rest of my life."
- Blake Eaton, Visitor Programs intern, Spring 2015
"My internship in the Curator's Office at the Supreme Court of the United States will forever stand as an unparalleled experience. With hopes of entering
into the museum and curatorial field, this internship provided me with a thorough understanding and hands-on experience working in a museum institution. It allowed me
to gain experience in visitor services, collections management, archival research, and exhibit preparation. I don't believe any other internship in the D.C. area offers
such a thorough work experience. I do not hesitate to recommend this internship to anyone interested in entering museums studies."
- Hailey Paige, Collections Management and Archives intern, Spring 2015
"I would recommend this internship to others without hesitation. I am leaving the visitor services team with professional role models, new friends, enhanced skills,
and a wider knowledge base of the Supreme Court's history. Any student would benefit from working in such a respectful, organized, and historic environment."
- Glenna Siegel, Visitor Programs intern, Summer 2015