The Alexander Grass Humanities Institute is pleased to announce support for Hopkins humanities students with an unpaid internship during the summer of 2022; internships can be entirely remote or in-person. Stipends will be awarded based on merit and need. The goal of these awards is to reduce financial pressure on students, allowing them to explore professional opportunities by choosing the best possible summer experience.
Application deadline has been extended to May 31.
The grantee must be a declared humanities major or, if a freshman, a student who has demonstrated clear intent to pursue a humanities major through coursework, meetings with program faculty, extracurricular activities, etc. Only current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are eligible.
Awards will be given only to students who can demonstrate that they will be engaged in a remote or in-person unpaid summer experience of significant merit and time commitment. Students must also work a minimum of 20 hours per week.
How to Apply
Send the following as a single PDF attachment by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Summer Grant Support" as the subject line, no later than May 31, 2022:
A letter describing anticipated summer activities, including details of time commitment, responsibilities, mentorship, or supervision, or other evidence of the seriousness of purpose, along with an explanation of the significance of the opportunity for academic and professional development and a description of your anticipated costs and of why funds are necessary to take on this opportunity.
Directed supporting materials are encouraged, including (as appropriate) a copy of the internship description, student's internship application cover letter, confirmation of the offer of the internship, and communications from summer supervisors or mentors.
*The letter of application must confirm that this is an unpaid experience. Students may be asked to demonstrate this and/or their commitment to the opportunity, depending on the circumstances. AGHI will review the applications promptly and expects to have a response to students by the second week of June.