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Graywolf Press offers ongoing unpaid internships designed to expose qualified applicants to editorial, marketing and publicity, and development work, and other aspects of the publishing industry. Six internships will be offered per session: two development internships, two editorial internships, and two marketing and publicity internships.
The Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University offers the Hayek Fund for Future Scholars. This fund is for students applying for fulltime PhD programs and may receive up to $300 to offset application fees. Click here for more info.
Undergrad and grad students:The Minnesota Historical Society is seeking advanced undergraduate and graduate student interns for their summer and fall 2013 Internships. Applications for the summer positions will open April 1st and close April 14th. Five of the 17 positions available are paid and a limited number of additional stipends are available for students who are from communities of color or American Indian nations currently underrepresented in the Society and the public history field.
D.C. SUMMER INTERNSHIPS: The Fund for American Studies invites applications for internships in Public Policy, Business, International Affairs, Journalism, Communication and Nonprofits. The internships will run from June 5th- August 3rd, 2013 in Washington, D.C. Application deadline has been extended to March 26th, 2013.
Information sessions regarding the Higher Education Consortium for Urban Affairs (HECUA) programs are being held this week on Tuesday, March 5 and Friday, March 8. Attend an info session to learn more about HECUA's dynamic, off campus study programs focused on race, inequality, poverty, and other social justice topics.The info sessions will feature alumni of each HECUA program.
The Minnesota Historical Society is seeking graduate and undergraduate interns for spring semester of 2013. Deadline for applying is November 18, 2012. Continue reading for more information.
The Institute of Humane Studies at George Mason University is introducing the Hayek Fund for Future Scholars. The Fund will reimburse up to $300 in application fees for undergraduates and recent graduates applying for full-time doctorate or master's degree programs at any school in the United States starting in the 2013-14 academic year. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and decisions will be made within 3 weeks of applying.
The Department of American Studies at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill proudly announces a new graduate program. They now offer a doctoral program in American Studies, which joins the long-standing M.A. program in Folklore.
Undergraduate Students are invited to apply for the History Museum Fellows Program. Applications are due by November 15th, but priority is given to applications received by November 1st. Placement occurs by December 1st. The HMFP includes 3 distinct components: a semester-long, 3 credit course offered through American Studies; a paid summer internship at the Minnesota Historical Society; a museum-study trip to Washington DC. For more information, please click here.