HIATT CAREER CENTER RESOURCES

The Brandeis Internship Exchange (BIX) is an easy and convenient online tool for Brandeis students to find and share real internship opportunities for Brandeis students, by Brandeis students.

The Hiatt Center has also compiled student destination data from Post-Grad surveys over the last five years. To discover career paths other students have pursued, please visit the First Destination Data Page.


Want to investigate what you can do with a French and Francophone Studies major/minor? Visit the Hiatt French and Francophone Studies Page!

Want to investigate what you can do with a Hispanic Studies major/minor? Visit the Hiatt Hispanic Studies Page!

Want to investigate what you can do with an Italian Studies minor or an Interdisciplinary Major in Italian Studies? Visit the Hiatt Italian Studies Page!

Internship & Job Opportunities

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On-Campus Opportunities

The Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice

Experiential Learning at Brandeis

Richard Saber Undergraduate Research Grant
This grant was established by Brian Saber '84 in 1993 in memory of his father, Richard Saber. The grant is awarded every fall to a Brandeis undergraduate to support a research project in the field of Women's and Gender Studies. The grant is designed to fund original research using the library, laboratory or community. The recipient will be asked to speak briefly about his or her research project at the WGS undergraduate commencement in May.

Summer Internships
The Research Circle on Democracy and Cultural Pluralism invites proposals for funding from Sophomores or Juniors in the Social Sciences and Humanities to support work in internships during summer 2010 on issues related to the broad topic of  “democracy and cultural pluralism.”

Summer Honors Research
The Research Circle on Democracy and Cultural Pluralism invites proposals from Juniors in the Social Sciences and Humanities planning to write a Senior Honors Thesis next year, and their advisors, for Circle funding to support preliminary research for the honors thesis this summer. Theses must address a question related to the broad topic of “democracy and cultural pluralism.”

Undergraduate Democracy Research Assistantships
The Research Circle on Democracy and Cultural Pluralism invites applications for our undergraduate Democracy Research Assistantship from students in the Social Sciences and Humanities completing their Sophomore or Junior year this semester. The Assistantship provides funding for student research in support of a research project conducted by a member of the Brandeis University faculty, on issues of cultural pluralism and democracy.


Global Brandeis compiles a variety of study/work abroad opportunities on their website, you can see them here.  


Off-Campus Opportunities

LaCE is SEEKING VOLUNTEERS!
Language and Cultural Enrichment (LaCE) is a tutoring and mentoring program that pairs Brandeis students with English Language Learners (ELL) from the Kennedy Middle School in Waltham in order to build the ELL students’ confidence in speaking English. Volunteers have the opportunity to share American culture with new immigrants, build meaningful relationships with students, work closely with other Brandeis students with similar interests and, most importantly, have fun! LaCE meets from 3-5 on Thursdays.

Email brandeislace@gmail.com for more information, or contact one of the coordinators listed below.
Alicia Ball asball@brandeis.edu
Zach Cardin zcardin@brandeis.edu
Sharon Passov sharon18@brandeis.edu

Kathryn Davis Fellowships for Peace: Investing in the Study of Critical Languages

Full Scholarships for Intensive Language Study at the Middlebury Summer Language Schools in: Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Japanese, Portuguese, and Russian

With its expertise in fostering international exchanges and unique mix of educational programs, WorldBoston continues to build on its distinguished tradition of promoting dialogue among leaders, cross-cultural connections and public learning.

http://worldboston.org/opportunities.htm


Foundations: An Undergraduate Journal in History

Full submissions policy (PDF). All submissions to Foundations must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have been written while pursuing an undergraduate degree. Papers written as an undergraduate may be submitted until two years past the month of graduation
  • We accept papers from any undergraduate institution around the world, provided that they are written in English.
  • Work must have a historical theme (includes Anthropology, Architecture, Art History, Classics, Political Science, etc.)
  • Papers which have been previously published will not be considered.
  • Primary sources must be employed.
  • Manuscripts must be typed, in 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced and titled.
  • All papers should follow the conventions of the Chicago Manual of Style.
  • Submissions must be between 12 and 40 pages, not including endnotes.

To submit, please submit all papers as e-mail attachments to foundations@jhu.edu. There is no annual deadline for submissions--we accept all papers on a rolling basis throughout the academic year and the summer. Authors are kindly requested to remove any personally identifying information from their papers and provide the following data in the body of the e-mail, not the manuscript: name, school attended, graduation year, and e-mail address. 


 The French Cultural Center of Boston is a non profit organization whose mission is to provide an authentic French cultural and social experience for the purpose of personal enrichment and greater understanding of the diverse peoples of the French-speaking world. We are looking for qualified volunteers to help with administrative tasks, cultural programs and special events. Please see here for volunteer opportunities. Paid positions are posted here.