MoM is pleased to welcome three new remote interns from around the country, three local high school students, and one high school student from Russia to our projects in 2023. We are also seeking a lead editor for the 2023 edition of the Journal of Mother Studies. Duties are from June – August! Please check out this position with us.
Tag Archives: Internships
Letter from the Founder- Joy Report and Welcome Rithik
MoM welcomes Rithik Pramod to the our Internship program. Rithik is an anthropology student who will be creating an online exhibit of fertility goddesses of ancient India. He is currently pursuing Master’s degree in Archaeology and Ancient History from Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, where he completed his undergraduate degree as well.
Also, more VERY important news: MoM has launched MEMBERSHIPS: Finally! We are so pleased to announce this new addition to our museum initiative. Now we can better build together. Please consider signing up for a membership and find the best level for you while helping us grow, grow, grow. JOIN US NOW!
Hello From Cortney – M.O.M.’s Spring Semester 2018 Intern
Hello, My name is Cortney Roquemore. I am a senior at the University of South Florida St.Petersburg. I major in psychology. I am proudly doing my spring internship at (M.O.M.). (Museum Of Motherhood). M.O.M. is not just a museum, but it’s an empowering facility that shares the “information and education about the art, history, andContinue reading “Hello From Cortney – M.O.M.’s Spring Semester 2018 Intern”
About the Artist & Founder
M. Joy Rose is a musician, concert promoter, museum founder, and fine artist. Her work has been published across blogs and academic journals, and she has performed with her band Housewives On Prozac on Good Morning America, CNN, and the Oakland Art & Soul Festival to name a few. She is the NOW-NYC recipient of the Susan B. Anthony Award, her Mamapalooza Festival Series has been recognized as “Best in Girl-Power Events” in New York, and her music has appeared on the BIllboard Top 100 Dance Charts. Her current live/work space in Kenwood is devoted to the exploration of mother-labor as performance art.