Interns

Justin Marcano
Agency: National Park Service
Program: Latino Heritage Internship Program (LHIP)
Location: Everglades National Park
Intern Year(s): 2020

Justin Marcano

Justin Curtis Marcano is an undergraduate student attending Tulane University. Justin is entering his senior year of university pursuing a triple major bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, Environmental Studies and Philosophy. Born to immigrant parents of Cuban and Venezuelan descent, in Miami, Justin is eager to begin his work as a Cultural History Education Intern with Everglades National Park. Justin will be working closely with the park’s Division of Resource Education and Interpretation, the archives program under the South Florida Collection Management Center and park scientist under the South Florida Natural Resource Center to finalize and grow curriculum focused on the area in the park identified as the “Hole in the Donut” (HID).

From the blog

June 04, 2020

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