Internship: Division of Education Programs
The Division of Education Programs provides national leadership in the formal study of the humanities by creating and implementing programs to strengthen teaching and learning in the humanities at all levels of American education.
Interns in the Division of Education Programs work on projects consistent with the work and mission of the Division, as well as the agency. These tasks include assisting with evaluation of various programs; updating materials, working with staff and awardees on fall project directors’ meetings, and emailing lists for the Summer Seminars and Institutes and Landmarks programs. Interns will also work with staff on investigating options for additional outreach for the Education Division programs.
The ideal intern will have excellent writing ability and very good computer skills. A third- or fourth-year undergraduate or graduate student in the humanities and with an interest in education and teaching at either the undergraduate or graduate level is preferred.