These fellowships are awarded in three categories:
- Faculty-Student Research Collaborations
- Student-designed projects that employ innovative technologies (digital media, mapping, etc..
- Summer internships where students apply the skills, methods and content learned in their history courses (e.g. museums, archives, libraries, living history museums, non-profits.
Please submit the online application which includes the following: a completed application form, a current resume, unofficial transcript, personal statement, budget proposal with the number of full time weeks clearly specified and a letter of commitment from the sponsoring agency or from your faculty advisor.
Eligibility: Current sophomore and junior declared history majors and minors, graduating seniors not eligible.
Requirements for Golz Fellowships:
- Hours: Students will receive $510 per week and should discuss with their faculty mentors what would be the appropriate duration of their fellowship (8, 9, or 10 weeks) and consider their own research goals and availability as well as their faculty mentors’ availability when making this decision. By accepting a fellowship you agree to commit 8, 9, or 10 weeks of full-time effort during the summer towards the completion of your proposed project and should refrain from employment during the period of your appointment. No internship may exceed 40 hours per week to comply with wage and hour laws.
- Projects: Assignments must involve a significant and substantive learning component that enables the student to apply the skills, methods and content learned in Bowdoin History courses. All applications must be accompanied by a letter of support from your faculty advisor.
- For Summer Internships: A summer internship requires submission of information on the organization with which you have requested your fellowship placement, a detailed description of your responsibilities, and the name and title of your summer supervisor. Employers must provide a letter of commitment stating their willingness to participate in this program and outlining expected internship responsibilities and opportunities for professional growth for the student. Applicants interested in a summer internship must secure a commitment letter from the sponsoring agency prior to submitting their application.
- Reporting requirements: Award recipients are required to submit a one-paragraph description and assessment of the fellowship experience to Rebecca Banks at email@example.com by September 2, 2022, and present their findings with other recipients at a grants and fellowship meeting in the fall.
Timeline: Applications are due on Friday, April 1, 2022.