The Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) Summer Internship Program, brings together a group of American and Greek undergraduates for five weeks each summer in Nafplion where they work in teams for a variety of cultural institutions. Interns apply their academic experiences in practical settings while learning from each other and their supervisors. The program also emphasizes scholarly development and community service.
The CHS offers the opportunity for two Harvard University undergraduate students in Social Sciences to work as teaching interns and gain experience alongside a Harvard professor in the High School Summer Program (HSSP).
The teaching interns will have the opportunity to increase knowledge and skills, and moreover to coordinate, guide, and support high school students with little or no previous exposure to university methods of studying scientific texts, writing essays, conducting surveys, or preparing presentations.
The Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) Summer Internship Program offers students the opportunity to work in Washington, D.C. on projects related to Publications and Fellowships and Curricular Development (FCD).
Interns will work approximately 270 hours over the course of the summer and receive $12.00 per hour. The work schedule is flexible and provides ample opportunity to see Washington, D.C.
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CHS academic-year interns interns will process applications for programs, compile and edit promotional materials and newsletters, scan materials, edit videos produced by the CHS, and provide other clerical and administrative assistance as required.
Interns will use Mac OS X and Microsoft Office. Interns will also learn and work with Adobe Acrobat Pro,iMovie, Google Documents, Open Office, and web-based programs and sites such as Sakai and WordPress.
Interns will work approximately 10-15 hours per week. The CHS is open 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday, and the intern can choose to work flexible hours within this timeframe.
The internship will consist of theoretical and applied work on the instruction of modern Greek in the context of the five-week modern Greek language component at CHS Greece. The graduate student will assist a class of 7 undergraduate students and their instructor, Mata Dova (Associate Professor of Classics and Modern Greek Studies at Hellenic College in Brookline, MA, and a Fellow of Hellenic Language and Literature at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C.).