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    Women's Rights

    National Historical Park New York

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Intern Stephanie Cassidy

Stephanie Cassidy


Meet the WORI 2014 Interns!


Stephanie Cassidy will create an art space for youth visitors during her Internship in 2014 at Women’s Rights National Historical Park. Stephanie will engage the community by creating projects which foster community involvement, heighten art awareness, and educate park visitors about the history of the First Women’s Rights Convention.

Stephanie is a senior at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, where she is pursuing a Bachelor's Degree of Art Education. She is minoring in Painting, Art History, and Printmaking. For the future, Stephanie plans to work in a museum or in a school district as an Art Educator. Women's Rights National Historical Park and the Friends of Women's Rights National Historical Park are helping Stephanie to pursue her dreams of using art to help others and raise awareness of important people, events, and ideas.



Are you interested in doing an internship at Women's Rights National Historical Park?

We have opportunities available for high school students and college students. Go to the links for instructions on how to apply.

Check out the list below, then contact us for more information.

Curatorial Assistant
Research Assistant
Compliance Program Assistant
GIS Mapping Assistant
Administrative Assistant
Carpenter Apprentices

Group of four attandees at a meeting 5 November 2012

Pictured in the photograph, left to right: Marie Watkins, Nazareth College; Kristen Pasquarella, YWCP; Danielle Herold, YWCP; Tammy Duchesne, Women's Rights NHP.

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Women's Rights NHP staff, including Superintendent Tammy Duchesne, met with representatives from Nazareth College and the Young Women's College Prep Charter School of Rochester (YWCP) on Monday, November 5, 2012, to discuss options for partnership opportunities and leadership programs for students.

Did You Know?

Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her daughter Harriot, 1856.

Did you know that before Susan B. Anthony campaigned for woman's suffrage, her good friend Elizabeth Cady Stanton spearheaded the First Women's Rights Convention in America? More...