The Weiss-Livnat International MA in Holocaust Studies program is proud to announce another call for applications for our prestigious international internships. The program will allocate six internships to our students who have not yet graduated.
Two students will be selected to intern at the Wiener Library for the Study of Holocaust and Genocide in London. (www.wienerlibrary.co.uk)
Two students will be be selected to intern at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw. (www.polin.pl/en)
Two students will be selected to intern at the Jewish Museum in Budapest. (www.enmilev.weebly.com)
Each unpaid internship will be four to six weeks long, and the Weiss-Livnat program will provide costs of flights and rent for the duration of the internship (up to $1,500).
The candidates will be selected by a committee of staff from the Weiss-Livnat MA Program together with each institution.
This offer is exclusive to the students of the Weiss-Livnat Program. The selected students will start their internships in the autumn-winter 2017-18. The exact dates will be decided upon by the students and each museum.
Those interested in applying please send these documents to Dr. Eila Perkis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Updated CV with details of the languages you speak, write and read in.
One letter of recommendation.
One page essay explaining why you would like to intern at the specific institution (it is recommended to apply to more than one position to improve your chances of being accepted.)
If selected, students will conduct a Skype interview with the museum(s).
Deadline for submissions is June 30, 2017.
To read about the experiences of our students during their internships or about the internships themselves, read the articles tagged below.