Internships help students create a bridge between their academic experiences and future careers. Every year the Public History Program is fortunate to be able to award several summer fellowships through a generous grant from the Charles K. Hyde Public History Program Fund. The purpose of the fellowship is to support graduate students doing full-time internships in public history that are unpaid or poorly paid.
History alumnus Charles K. Hyde '66 created the Charles K. Hyde Public History Program Fund to provide scholarships to support student internships and to support guest lectures from public history practitioners from all over the United States.
For more information about how to apply for the fellowship, contact the Public History Program Director.
To read about Hyde Public History Fellows' internships, visit our blog, Past@Present.