Part-time Employment Opportunities: The Center hires public humanities students on a limited basis to provide research, programming, and administrative support for its projects and programs, and for some Center-related work elsewhere at Brown University including project assistance for Center Fellows. These jobs might include transcription of oral histories; research, planning, or logistical support for Center initiatives; and collections management tasks.
Humanities Jobs: The Center also provides funds for public humanities MA students who work part-time at local humanities organizations. Through this program, public humanities students can supplement their incomes, learn valuable skills, enhance their credentials, and expand their professional networks. The Center cultivates job opportunities through its local Community Partners.
All jobs sponsored by the Brown Center for Public Humanities are paid at the rate of $15 per hour. Students may not work for more than 260 hours over the course of the year, although they may work at up to two humanities organizations so long as the combined hours do not exceed annual total. Salary support from the Center is available exclusively during the academic year.
Students who are interested in any of these employment opportunities should contact Ronald Potvin for more information.