Student Fellowship at the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities
The Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities seeks student applications to fill three (3) Student Fellow positions for the Courage to Be Program, a philosophical, scientific, and theological investigation into the religious and philosophical foundations of moral and spiritual courage. The project will consist of three mandatory dinners/lectures in Spring 2018. The lectures will focus on, "How and why do people resist evil?" Student Fellows will help organize the dinners, assist with selecting the speakers, and conduct interviews with the speakers, introduce the speakers and organize events. Student Fellows will also assist with planning the Annual Fall Arendt Center Conference and be invited to the opening night Conference Dinner. This year's topic is REAL TALK: Difficult Questions About Race, Sex, and Religion. Requirements: We are seeking students who are organized, comfortable writing bios, interested in writing for the blog, and dependable. Students must be available to work on Monday evenings during the 2017-2018 academic year and be in good standing with the college. Pay: Student Fellows will be paid a $1,000 honorarium over the course of the academic year ($500 Fall/$500 Spring).
The application deadline is 9/1/2017 at 12 am, midnight. Applications will be reviewed 9/5-9/8. The Hannah Arendt Center will contact qualified candidates after 9/1/2017 to set up an interview.