Come join our TEAM!

DASH Lab interns are an important part of our community. Interns develop &  give trainings on various digital software and tools. They staff the DASH Lab during our open office hours (8-10 hrs/week, depending on credits) and provide assistance with student, faculty & staff’s academic and creative digital projects!

You can earn between 3-6 Internship credits!

Read the SUNY New Paltz College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Newsletter article featuring our DASH Lab interns!

Questions? email

To apply for an internship at the DASH Lab, please email us a cover letter explaining your interest in the internship. Let us know about your relevant strengths (what you have to offer) as well as what you hope to get out of the experience. In addition, please send us your  current resume.
Materials can be sent to: (Subject line: Internship Application, Spring 2018)

DASH Lab Intern Alumni

Amanda Simmonds, 2018 (Geography)

Amanda Simmonds majored  in Environmental Geography. Her skills include working with Google Maps, SketchUp, and ArcGIS. Most of her time is spent in the GIS lab (Science Building) or the DASH Lab (STL); however, when she is not there you can find her reading and studying at local coffee shops or hiking.

Amy Mackin, 2018 (Digital Media & Journalism)

Amy Mackin majored in digital media production with an interest in pursuing library sciences in graduate school. She is experienced in using Adobe Premiere, Audacity, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, and Avid. She has a basic (self-taught) proficiency in photoshop and graphic design. She is a firm believer in the attitude of “I don’t know that yet“.

Kayla Gleeson, 2017 (Digital Media & Journalism)

Kayla Gleeson majored in digital media and journalism with an interest in video production and animation. She continued her work in the field after graduation through a local production company, Flicker Filmworks in New Paltz.

Andrea Guilbo, 2018 (Visual Arts, minor in Fabrication)

Andrea Guilbo majored in Visual Arts and minoring in Computer Fabrication (3D Modeling).  She is experienced in Photoshop, Illustrator, and a little in coding software like Brackets and in 3D modeling like Rhino.  When she’s not reading a good mystery book, Andrea can be found working on her own art pieces using some of these programs.

Erin Johnson, 2018 (Digital Media & Journalism)

Erin Johnson majored in Digital Media Management who hopes to pursue entertainment management after graduation. She has a basic level of experience with Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Audacity, and Avid. Erin is a quick learner and is always open to learning new skills. When she’s not doing schoolwork, you can find her listening to her favorite music or binge watching one of her favorite shows.

Hannah Phillips, 2018 (Graduate Student and HASTAC Scholar, English)

Hannah Phillips is an English MA student at SUNY New Paltz. She works as a Composition Teaching Assistant and is a 2017-2019 HASTAC Scholar, two pedagogical roles which she hopes to merge together during her time at the DASH Lab. When she is not reading, Hannah can be found grading papers, looking at 19th-century houses, or speed learning something new.

Meagen Stone, 2018 (Geography)

Meagen Stone majored in Geography with a concentration in Urban Planning. Her research focuses on how the spatial arrangements of and within cities affect communities and social behavior, and vice versa. Her skills include work with Adobe Photoshop and digital mapping software (ArcGIS, Google Maps, Mapbox, StorymapsJS, and QGIS).