Interns

Emma Pulizzi
Agency: National Park Service
Program: Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP)
Location: National Parks of Boston
Intern Year(s): 2022

Emma Pulizzi

Emma is passionate about finding ways to engage an audience through storytelling. She recently completed her Bachelor of Arts at Clark University in Spanish and Media, Culture, & the Arts, and as the daughter and sister of teachers, Emma has always been drawn to learning new things and finding creative ways to educate others. She is now completing her masters in Professional Communication with the goal of working in educational media. In her free time, Emma enjoys spending time with friends and family, knitting or doing art, and being outdoors (especially with her yellow lab, Melo).

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