2019 Spring and Summer Interns at Heritage Consulting Inc.

Every spring and summer we work with a variety of graduate school interns and recent graduates from some of the top universities in the area who help us with a variety of research, writing, and editing tasks. We thank all of them for their dedication and great work for Heritage Consulting Inc. Learn more about them by clicking their name which leads to their LinkedIn Profile.

Julia Marchetti is a joint degree candidate in City Planning and Historic Preservation at the University of Pennsylvania. Julia has undertaken editing and picture research for our luncheon talk at AASLH and edited the Siloam Springs Strategic Plan.  

Ben Logue is a recent graduate from the City Planning program at the Bloustein School at Rutgers University in New Brunswick. Ben completed a survey results report for South Street Head House District in Philadelphia.   

Will Christman, a Master’s degree candidate in the Public History Program at Villanova University, has worked for us for almost two years. Most recently he has been editing and formatting book chapters, charts and case studies for the second edition of our book, New Solutions for House Museums, along with researching for various clients. 

Chelsea Rose Beroza, a joint degree candidate in City Planning and Historic Preservation at the University of Pennsylvania, helped edit the Feasibility Study Report we produced for the Downtown Joplin Alliance on their Revolving Fund program. 

Helen Gassmann has worked for us for three years after receiving a master’s degree in Public History from Villanova University. Helen continues to provide excellent editorial assistance while working a full-time job in the field. She has edited all the 17 new and updated case studies and the eight chapters for the Second Edition of New Solutions for House Museums.