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Students from a wide array of disciplines can gain experience of working with the faculty and staff of the ITPS on projects using the TPNHA collection, research, and digital initiatives. The ITPS internship program also includes an exciting interdisciplinary course in “Public and Digital History” that involves partnerships and appointments at GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, museums) institutions as well as historical sites, including the Thomas Paine Cottage Museum and the Center for Digital History at the Fred W. Smith Library at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. These opportunities include archival research, digital studies, data programming and database development, museum studies, exhibit curation, event planning, and social media outreach. Interested students can contact Dr. Crowder at

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