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Antietam Institute Sponsors Shepherd University Intern

The Antietam Institute is pleased to fund a new Internship which “will not only contribute to the success of the Antietam Institute but will advance the education and growth of one of our brightest students.”

The Antietam Institute is pleased to announce the formation of a unique three-party agreement that will create an Internship for work with the Institute. The Intern, a 3rd or 4th year Shepherd University U.S. history major will begin working with the Institute this August editing publications, writing articles and press releases, and support the Institute’s annual Fall Conference and Spring Symposium as chronicler of events and presentations.

Director of the George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War, Dr. James Broomall, stated “This special partnership will not only contribute to the success of the Antietam Institute but will advance the education and growth of one of our brightest students through practical experience and exposure to some of the nation’s leading experts on The Maryland Campaign of 1862”.

Working with the George Tyler Moore Center, and the Shepherd University Foundation, the Antietam Institute will fund 80-hours of scholastic work and study in furtherance of the Institute’s mission of educating the public on the central role of the Maryland Campaign of 1862.

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