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CWHI Summer Internship Program

CWHI offers financial compensation, living quarters furnishings, and associated expenses to ensure each intern experiences a safe and successful internship.

2021: JuJuan Johnson

A graduate of Gettysburg College with a Bachelor’s of Arts in History, JuJuan has long been a passionate student of history. He interprets the past as a living historian with a focus on the American Civil War, World War II, and Korea.

Over the course of his sponsored internship with the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation (CCBF), JuJuan wrote specific battlefield tours and worked as a docent. He also created the Civil War Correspondent Drawings Interactive Program for the CCBF Museum. His administrative work included devising order of battle outlines, descriptions, and reference materials for the 1864 Battle of Cedar Creek. The CCBF’s Research Library also received an excellent upgrade in the form of extensive cataloging of books and articles thanks to JuJuan.

JuJuan left an extremely positive impact on the Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation, its museum, and ultimately the hallowed ground the CCBF stewards. His work has furthered the CCBF’s mission to preserve the past and educate the public, for which its leadership and staff are most grateful. CWHI is proud to have fostered this opportunity to leave a positive impact on historic preservation and help other entities.


To further facilitate CWHI’s mission and offer greater internship opportunities, please consider making a tax-deductible gift to CWHI and designating it to education. The CWHI Board will collect funds and vote to decide where scholarship dollars are best awarded based on the articulated wants and needs of peer organizations.