The Institute for the Humanities is pleased to announce three graduate student internships in public programming. Interns will work collaboratively with each other and with the institute’s director to plan and implement programs focusing on inclusion and social justice at a range of scales using varied modes of engagement.

Interns will gain experience researching, conceptualizing, and implementing programs that engage campus audiences, especially undergraduate students, and publics beyond the university. Interns will research topics and consult broadly on initiatives; they will collaboratively design and assess programs; they will investigate and implement partnerships with humanities and arts units across campus and, if relevant, in the broader community.

  • Eligibility: Doctoral student in the humanities or the arts
  • Term of appointment: January 15, 2021- April 30, 2021
  • Commitment: 5 hours/week average
  • Compensation: $2000 for Winter 2021 semester
  • For the foreseeable future, all work will be remote
  • Application materials:
    • 1-2 page application letter. Please indicate what you would hope to bring to the internship and what you would hope to get out of it; describe relative experience and expertise; if relevant, describe how the internship may fit with future career plans.
    • Curriculum vitae
    • Submit letter and c.v. in a single PDF to
    • One confidential letter of recommendation from a faculty advisor to be sent to by October 31, 2020.
  • Application deadline: October 31, 2020