Supporting Young Scholars

2023 Jenrette Internship

The Jenrette Internships provide real-world experience to graduate students in Clemson University’s Graduate Program in Historic Preservation by matching their interests with ongoing projects sponsored by historic preservation organizations, including Classical American Homes Preservation Trust. Previous students have performed historical research, conservation treatment on archaeological objects, administrative and programming tasks, as well as preservation work on historic structures.

Chloe Martin is the 2023-24 Jenrette Intern. Chloe grew up in Williamsburg, Virginia where she developed a love of preservation through volunteering, and then later working, at the Colonial Williamsburg Brickyard. She graduated from the University of Mary Washington in 2022 with double-major in Historic Preservation and English. She is currently a rising second-year student in the Clemson MSHP program, continuing to pursue and expand her passion for Historic Preservation through exciting documentation, fieldwork, conservation, and research projects.

Joyce Pope was the 2022-23 Jenrette Intern. A native of North Carolina, Joyce is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, receiving both her undergraduate and law degrees there. Before attending the Clemson Master’s in Historic Preservation program, she worked with nonprofits and continues to serve on the boards of Dix Park Conservancy and the UNC Health Foundation.

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