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.
The Siegler Fellowship, created in 2017 in honor of Holocaust survivor Ruth Siegler, is designed to ensure that the stories of Holocaust survivors will be preserved for future generations. This summer program provides a stipend for a graduate or post-graduate student to research, prepare, and deliver a presentation on the life of a Holocaust survivor or a Holocaust-related topic. The student will receive experience researching and presenting papers. The Siegler Fellow will also use their research to create an archival page on the survivor for the BHEC web site.