Who Built Bryn Mawr? Internships
Continuing Bryn Mawr students are invited to apply for four (4) summer internships working on the next phase of the Who Built Bryn Mawr? project.
The project will involve extensive historical research and writing to create an exhibition on at least four past students, faculty members and staff members who played important roles in the life of the College but who have been largely overlooked.
These internships will offer students the opportunity to learn how to do historical research with primary sources and make interpretive arguments in exhibition and website formats. They will develop digital and material archives skills, as well as curatorial and website development strategies.
The interns will work as a team under the direction of Professor Ignacio Gallup-Diaz and in close collaboration with staff in Special Collections and Digital Scholarship to produce the next Who Built Bryn Mawr? exhibition.
The interns will be based in the Special Collections Department and are expected to work full-time (35 hours/week) for 10 weeks during the summer, typically June 1 through Aug. 7. At this point we expect the positions to include a mix of on-site and remote work, but the actual arrangements may change in response to the pandemic.
Pay rate: $10.20-$10.95 per hour
To apply, complete the online application form.
Application Deadline: Monday, March 14, 2022
Learn more on the Who Built Bryn Mawr website.
Questions? Please contact Allison Mills at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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