Who Built Bryn Mawr? Internships

Continuing Bryn Mawr students are invited to apply for two (2) summer internships working on the next phase of the Who Built Bryn Mawr? project.  

The project will involve extensive historical research and writing to produce labels for objects on campus and a public presentation of their work as part of the four-year focus on Asian histories at the college. These internships will offer students the opportunity to learn how to do historical research with primary sources and to share their experience and findings broadly. Interns will develop digital and material archives skills, as well as curatorial and website development strategies. 

The interns will work on their project as a team in close collaboration with staff in Special Collections, Digital Scholarship, and be advised by faculty.

The interns will be based in the Special Collections Department and are expected to work full-time, in-person (35 hours/week) for 10 weeks during the summer, likely June 3rd to August 9th.

Stipend: $4000

To apply, complete the online application form.

Application due date: March 15, 2024 

Questions? Please contact Allison Mills at amills1@brynmawr.edu.


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