Secure summer internship funding with Humanities@Work

Clark Hall on CWRU campus

The Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities and Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education have teamed up again to offer summer stipends to support undergraduate humanities majors who receive an outside offer to work at an unpaid internship. The stipends are designed to enable students from all economic backgrounds to spend their summer working in a meaningful role with the organization or employer of their choice.

Apply for Humanities@Work funding by Sunday, April 25.

As an applicant to Humanities@Work, you may also be eligible to apply for funding through the C.H. Cramer Fellowships or Feldman Grants.