Intern with Cultural Agents through BLISS- DEADLINE FEBRUARY 18
The Harvard College BLISS program is a summer residential program for Harvard undergraduates designed to provide a formative and substantive social science research experience and to promote community, creativity, and academic excellence.
Harvard Undergraduates can apply to work on Cultural Agents’ “Cases for Culture” research through the BLISS internship. Our project involves research on the impact of participatory arts in violence prevention and civic engagement will support good policy decisions by government and NGOs. This internship opportunity is to review existing projects in Nashville TN, Tulsa, OK, Atlanta, GA, and Boston, MA and develop a comparative grid of activities and outcomes that will help to support good policy.
IAP-UAM XVI Research Symposia 2021
IAP-UAM 2021 simposios están dirigidos a profesores e investigadores de universidades de LATAM y España con el objetivo de potenciar el trabajo colaborativo para identificar actividades académicas y de investigación a nivel global.
En esta convocatoria se ofrecen dos cursos virtuales que tienen reconocidos 5 ECTS (créditos académicos) por la Escuela de Doctorado de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (EDUAM):
Facilitating Leadership in a Knowledge-based Society - simposio exclusivamente para doctorandos.
Science and Sociability in Renaissance 4.0 - mayo 4, 11, 18, 25 y julio 12, 13, 14 para doctorandos, profesores universitarios y profesionales vinculados con instituciones académicas.
Para más información: http://www.iapsymposia.com/
Pre-Texts Summer Internships
Deadline EXTENDED: February 15th, 2021
10 weeks ~ Remote ~ up to $4000 in funding ~ Harvard College Students
Added value ~ creative thinking ~ cultural exchange ~ shared learning
This summer, Cultural Agents is offering an eight-week, funded, remote program, where students will be paired with a host organization, become trained as facilitators of Pre-Texts, and will then work with host organizations on projects related to the organization as well as the implementation of Pre-Texts. Interns will reconnect every week with their cohort to receive feedback and create a community both within the host organizations and with Pre-Texts as a whole. If you are interested in the power of community building, creativity, global citizenship, cultural exchange, and education, let’s decide how to collaborate.
Our internship host organizations span 4 different continents, from Central and South America, to Europe, Africa, and Asia. Opportunities include political think tanks in Chile, independent artists in Colombia, Theater companies in Barcelona, The secretary of Education in Mexico City, and community programs both in the US and abroad.
Intern with Blueprint for Accountability
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Blueprint for Accountability is a non-profit organization and performing arts incubator, dedicated to producing artistic work that enhances the experience of living. Blueprint brings together artists of differing fields to celebrate a wide variety of voices and traditions.
Blueprint of Accountability seeks enthusiastic and hardworking interns who are interested in human rights, social justice, and arts.
Start and end dates are flexible. Priority will be shown to those who are able to make a 6 month commitment. We are able to offer academic credit if requested, however, being a matriculated student is not a requirement. Stipends are available and based on skills and experience.
All internships include general office support, but applicants are encouraged to indicate their interest in the following areas in the application:
PRODUCTION AND GENERAL OPERATIONS
MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
DEVELOPMENT AND GRANT-WRITING