The BHEC offers unpaid internships for undergraduate, recent graduate, and graduate students during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Interns will be introduced to all facets of the BHEC, including our Holocaust Studies Library, archives, and educational endeavors. Additionally, interns gain practical work experience and a chance to interact with the nonprofit community. All interns will be assigned a specific project. Availability is limited.
Semester Applications Due
Fall (September-November) July 15
Spring (January-April) December 1
Summer (May-July) April 15
HOW TO APPLY
All internship candidates should submit the following:
- Cover Letter/Personal Statement
No more than 500 words. It should explain:
- Why the applicant is interested in an internship with the BHEC
- Why the applicant is applying for a specific internship opportunity
- What the applicant hopes to achieve from the experience
- What the applicant believes he/she can contribute
- Three (3) Reference Letters
One letter should be from a professor familiar with your work; letters from parents are not acceptable.
- Resume or CV
- Most Recent Transcript
Unofficial transcript is fine.
Application materials that are not attached to the online application form should be sent to:
Support the Librarian with the day-to-day operations.
Support the BHEC Archivist with day-to-day operations.
Support the BHEC staff with the summer events and the annual fundraiser, L’Chaim.