The UT Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice is seeking graduate students to work at least half-time (20 hrs/week) as 2011 summer fellows.
Projects may include:
- Work with human rights archives at UT to develop online exhibits and programming.
- Work on the publication of Center’s 2010-2011 Annual Review by writing and editing articles, compiling photographs, designing layout and working extensively with the software program InDesign.
- Engage in human rights research, writing and curriculum development.
- Other tasks: mentoring Center undergraduate interns, helping with outreach to students and faculty at the law school and across campus; assist in planning of the speaker series and annual conference to take place during 2011-12 academic year; expanding Center’s social media and web presence, and assist with grant writing and fundraising.
Required Application Materials:
- Cover letter
- List of three references
- Unofficial transcript–including the courses currently taking
*Please indicate any InDesign or Photoshop software skills and foreign language proficiency.*
How to apply: Submit materials to William Chandler via email at:firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Graduate Internship); or in person in TNH room 3.119D at the Law School.
Deadline: 12:00 p.m., Friday, April 8.
Contact: William Chandler, 512-232-4857.
Funding is available for the positions.
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