The Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society is searching for a part-time contract employee to serve as Office Administrator and Volunteer Resources Manager. The combined position requires 12 hours per week; times are negotiable, but some weekend hours may be required. Starting date is Thursday, May 1, 2014.
Saturday, April 5, 2014
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Through its members, Mary Seat of Wisdom’s Council of Catholic Women supports, empowers and educates the Catholic community in spirituality, leadership and service. This volunteer organization also serves as a gateway to the parish’s past. The Council is looking for an intern for the summer or fall that might be interested in constructing and maintaining of a website; researching the organization’s origins; and archiving and indexing past records and photos.
Friday, March 21, 2014
The Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce (CGCT) seeks to transform traditional curriculum models by compiling collective knowledge of Chicago’s communities. Currently CGCT is looking for those interested in history, education, archiving or related fields to assist in digitizing and assembling our elementary curricular materials for online publishing.
Monday, February 24, 2014
The Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) at the Woodrow Wilson Center is currently accepting internship applications for the Summer 2014 academic semester. The Summer Application Deadline is March 15, 2014.
Monday, February 17, 2014
Polar vortexes and near record snow falls might have grounded many of us this winter, but not the 17 intrepid Loyola students participating in HIST 398, the History Undergraduate Internship, this semester. HIST 398 allows undergraduates to earn 3 credit hours and to satisfy Loyola’s Engaged Learning requirement in return for interning on a historically-based project of their choosing. Each week these interns are traveling to venerable institutions in the Loop; basements in Edgewater; and (from the comfort of the library or their dorm rooms) seventeenth-century Jamaica, nineteenth-century Chicago, Nazi Germany, and post-Katrina New Orleans. In their internships, students are putting the skills they have learned in the classroom to work in various “real world” applications.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
The National Hellenic Museum invites interested candidates to apply for the Education Department’s Spring Internship. The Museum is looking for individuals with a background in History, Public History, Museum Studies, Education or other related fields. This internship also qualifies for the Loyola History at Work Fellowship stipend.
Loyola is in the process of working with Richard Hunt, one of the few well-recognized African American contemporary sculptors, and is looking for an intern to work on the project. Hunt came of age as an artist at a time when few black artists in the U.S. were making careers for themselves, let alone becoming household names. He persevered through some very tough times as the art world continuously changed from abstraction to pop to minimalism to conceptual art and back again to figuration and representation. He and a few colleagues -- Benny Andrews, Robert Cole Scott, Mel Edwards, Betty Saar -- created a career for themselves over five decades but their stories have never been told.