Profile

Omar Eaton-Martinez

Intern and Fellows Program Manager

M.Ed., Educational Leadership, American Intercontinental University, 2009
B.A., African-American Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, 1996

Role in Museum 

Recruit and manage 175 interns who support a wide range of Museum projects. Publicize intern/fellows programs to colleges and universities and other educational institutions and organizations. Serve as Museum liaison for pre- and postdoctoral fellows as well as other academic appointments. Interns at the museum support a wide range of museum projects.

Projects 
  • Anacostia Watershed Ambassador Youth Program
    The Anacostia Watershed Ambassador Youth Ambassador Program is an education and public outreach program designed to raise awareness about watershed issues in the Anacostia Watershed. National Park Service, National Capital Parks-East.
  • Program support for the temporary office of the National Museum of the American Latino Commission
    The National Museum of the American Latino Commission is a 23 member congressionally mandated body tasked with providing Congress with a report on the feasibility of the potential creation of an American Latino Museum in Washington, D.C. Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary of the Interior.
  • NASA Solar Terrestrial Probes/Living With a Star Summer Internship.
    The summer internship offers an opportunity to students to contribute directly to NASA’s Sun-Earth Connection missions. NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Professional Affiliations 

National Multicultural Environmental Partnership, Board Member, 2011—present.
Words, Beats and Life, Board Member, 2013—present