The Institute for Public History offers paid internship opportunities to undergraduates, May graduates, and graduate students at the University of Virginia. Students may apply from any major, department, or field. Applications, instructions, and a list of summer 2020 internships are now available on the Institute's website here. New internships will continue to be added before the application deadline on Feb. 28.
Click HERE for a full list of available internshps. ******UPDATED 4/9/20 TO REFLECT FILLED OR CANCELLED POSITIONS******
APPLICATIONS FOR SUMMER 2020 ARE DUE FRIDAY FEB. 28 by 11:59 p.m. Submit one email with all required materials to Lisa Goff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The applications committee will match the best qualified students with the available internship opportunities. Students can indicate three preferences, but may be considered for other possibilities as well. Interns are expected to devote approximately 300 hours over a ten-week summer period, unless otherwise indicated. Some flexibility exists and can be worked out with internship supervisors.
Internships for undergraduates pay between $7.25 and $12.50 an hour; unless specified otherwise, graduate students will be paid between $12.50 and $16 an hour, unless specified otherwise. See individual listings for wage details. The university will deduct FICA benefits from all wages.
ALL INTERNSHIPS MUST BE COMPLETED OVER THE SUMMER, BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN AGAIN IN THE FALL.
For more information on what IPH interns do during their summer internships, check out the summer interns' Instagram from summer 2019 (public_history_uva) and their Tumblrs from Summer 2018, Summer 2017, Summer 2016, and Summer 2015.