2013 Strathmore Summer Internships – North Bethesda, Maryland
Application Deadline: March 3, 2014
College and graduate students interested in an arts management career are encouraged to apply for a summer internship at Strathmore. The Internship Program at Strathmore is designed to provide a professional and meaningful experience in arts management for students who wish to pursue further study or employment in the not-for-profit arts field. Internships may be based in any of the following departments: development, education, event planning, historic tours, marketing and communications, programming, and visual arts.
Strathmore also offers internships during the semester. For more information, visit its main website.
National Park Service – Historic Preservation Summer Internships
Deadline: February 28th, 2014
The National Park Service, in partnership with the National Council for Preservation Education, is announcing their historic preservation internships for summer 2014. The program is designed to allow students in historic preservation programs and allied disciplines to gain an awareness of National Park Service cultural resource management activities and to provide an opportunity to work alongside professionals in the field of historic preservation. A variety of positions in preservation and related fields are being offered at the National Park Service and partnering agencies. For a detailed listing of positions, see the NPS NCPE Intern Notice for Summer 2014. Applications can be found on the National Park Service website.
U.S. Coast Guard Historian Internships
The United States Coast Guard Historian’s Office is looking for three interns for the summer of 2014. They are aiming at both graduate and undergraduate students with majors in history, archives, library science, information technology, communications, English, museum studies, and photography. For more information, contact Archivist Nora L. Chidlow.
Maryland History Day
8AM – 1PM, May 3rd, 2014
Held at UMBC
The Maryland Humanities Council invites you to join us for an exciting day of student scholarship, when middle and high school students from throughout Maryland will present their History Day research projects addressing the theme “Rights and Responsibilities in History.”
Humanities scholars, teachers, librarians, museum professionals, and other experts serve as judges at the Maryland History Day competition, following guidelines established by National History Day. Categories include research papers, documentaries, dramatic performances, exhibits, and websites. Judges review projects, interview student contestants, determine the winners, and provide written, constructive feedback. Winners in each category will advance to the National History Day contest.
Online registration for judges is now live and will remain open through the first week of April. Even if you have volunteered to judge in previous years, you must register. For information on your local county competition, see the District Contest page on our website. Judges will be provided instructions prior to the event.
Can’t attend May 3? Volunteer for electronic review!
Maryland History Day also needs volunteers to help with electronic review of projects advancing from county to state contest and from state to national contest. Project materials are made available online, and reviewers provide email critiques to help students refine their projects for the next level of competition. If you would like to participate, contact Maryland History Day Outreach Coordinator Grace Leatherman.
The Department of History and Historic Preservation is sponsoring a panel of recent History graduates to speak about their post-Goucher experiences. The event is free, and open to the public. For more information, check out the event details at the In The Loop Blog.
Emily Huebner, a recent Goucher History graduate, was rehired at the Maryland State Archives after her summer internship ended to work on a project called “Finding the Maryland 400.” She has been doing research in the state archives on the Marylanders who fought in the Battle of Long Island (summer of 1776) and posting a weekly blog on the archives website.
To see the blog, go to http://msamaryland400.wordpress.com/. Kudos to Emily on her success!
The Grand Valley State University Journal of History is taking submissions year-round for all undergraduate history papers. Click here for their paper submission guidelines.
The Library of Congress is hosting unpaid internships through their Knowledge Navigators Program for the 2013-2014 academic year. Projects are on a variety of topics and backgrounds, such as Japanese Monographs, Korean History and the Cold War in Asia; Civil War and American History; African and Middle Eastern History; Newspapers and Periodicals; and Comicbooks. For a complete document listing all available internships, click here.
The Abell Award in Urban Policy is given annually to the student(s) who authors the most compelling paper on a policy problem facing the City of Baltimore. The competition invites students to identify a policy problem affecting the city and offer a feasible solution. The top paper can win up to $5,000.
A Goucher history class about the Civil Rights movement, taught by Professor Jean Baker, was featured on C-SPAN on Saturday June 1st at 8pm and Midnight EST, as well as Sunday June 2nd at 1pm EST. You can find the link to the video here.