This summer stipend program is part of the Humanities@Work Initiative, which helps students identify and explore meaningful careers. Humanities@Work programming includes conversations with regional leaders, humanities workshops, resume reviews, career counseling, and stipends for summer internships. Over the past two years, we have had a real uptick in the number of students applying for internship support!
Last year’s summer stipend recipients worked all over country, as well as in Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Israel, New Zealand, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Most of these internships were in the fields of nonprofit management, primary education, public policy, museum curation, and healthcare. The program supports humanities students in any career path they choose!
Humanities@Work is a collaboration between the Center for Postgraduate Planning and Experiential Education, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities.