Wednesday, February 20 MSP workshop 5:30 PM in the Bryn Mawr room of the Dining Center
Study Abroad Programs and International Experiences
A panel of students will join Dean Donna Mancini to explain how you can leave the bubble and spend a semester in a totally different culture. The students will relate some of their study-abroad experiences, and discuss the pros and cons of taking a semester away.
As usual, dinner will be at 5:30 with the program starting at by 6 PM. For more information, please contact Prof.s Jeff Tecosky-Feldman (jtecosky) or Zach Oberfield (zoberfie) or Dean Raisa Williams(rwilliam).
Summer Programs from the Hurford Center for Arts
Applications are due via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 1, 2013. Please put “[your last name] Internship Application” in the subject line.
HCAH’s Summer Humanities Internships offer rising sophomores (Class of 2016) , juniors and seniors apprenticeships at arts organizations, galleries, museums, historical or scholarly societies, publishers, newspapers, and community groups interested in arts- or humanities-related activity.
The Hurford Center for Arts and Humanities sponsors summer internships for Haverford students from all majors. Bryn Mawr students majoring at Haverford may also apply.
Below are some fo the Partnering agencies and the work. Check the Center’s web site for details: www.haverford.edu/HCAH/summer_programs/internships.php
- The Library Company of Philadelphia:
- The Ward: Race and Class in Du Bois’ Seventh Ward
- Mütter Museum and Historical Medical Library
- Philadelphia Live Arts & Philly Fringe Festivals
For Live Arts Festival & Philly Fringe, the intern will work on information management for the Festival Guide and contribute to the Festival’s Blog. Projects will include writing, fact checking, editing, and interviewing artists while working closely with Festival staff and artists. Ideal for students interested in writing, editing, blogging, marketing, publicity and pr, and prep for performance in the non-profit arena.
- Pig Iron Theater Company
- Pennsylvania Humanities Council
PHC seeks an intern to join the Council as it implements a strategic plan that calls for redirecting its programming, advocacy, marketing, and fundraising while also developing new programs, including Teen Reading Lounge which uses graphic novels to promote critical thinking and social engagement among teens and tweens at libraries. Ideal for students interested in careers with government agency, advocacy for humanities, marketing, the non-profit world, graphic novels, social engagement and citizenship, social media marketing, and more.