Intern with Blueprint for Accountability
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Blueprint for Accountability is a non-profit organization and performing arts incubator, dedicated to producing artistic work that enhances the experience of living. Blueprint brings together artists of differing fields to celebrate a wide variety of voices and traditions.
Blueprint of Accountability seeks enthusiastic and hardworking interns who are interested in human rights, social justice, and arts.
Start and end dates are flexible. Priority will be shown to those who are able to make a 6 month commitment. We are able to offer academic credit if requested, however, being a matriculated student is not a requirement. Stipends are available and based on skills and experience.
All internships include general office support, but applicants are encouraged to indicate their interest in the following areas in the application:
PRODUCTION AND GENERAL OPERATIONS
MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS
DEVELOPMENT AND GRANT-WRITING
IAP-UAM XVI Research Symposia 2021
IAP-UAM 2021 simposios están dirigidos a profesores e investigadores de universidades de LATAM y España con el objetivo de potenciar el trabajo colaborativo para identificar actividades académicas y de investigación a nivel global.
En esta convocatoria se ofrecen dos cursos virtuales que tienen reconocidos 5 ECTS (créditos académicos) por la Escuela de Doctorado de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (EDUAM):
Facilitating Leadership in a Knowledge-based Society - simposio exclusivamente para doctorandos.
Science and Sociability in Renaissance 4.0 - mayo 4, 11, 18, 25 y julio 12, 13, 14 para doctorandos, profesores universitarios y profesionales vinculados con instituciones académicas.
Para más información: http://www.iapsymposia.com/
Deadline: February 15, 2021
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The Emerson Prison Initiative (epi.emerson.edu) is recruiting a faculty member or advanced graduate student to teach two semesters of Spanish for students who are incarcerated at MCI Concord, a men's medium security prison near Concord, MA.
EPI seeks two consecutive semesters of Spanish language instruction, to run sometime between fall 2021 and summer 2022, or at latest fall 2022.
Options for semesters are fall, spring, and summer, with the number of days per week TBD based on pedagogical choices and logistics.
Incarcerated students have gained admission to EPI through a competitive process and are motivated adult learners with a range of educational backgrounds. The majority of students are Spanish I entry level, but there are a few heritage speakers who would need differentiated curricula.
EPI is very eager to find someone able to teach these two classes, which are required for EPI's BA degree, and can pay a stipend of $5,000 minus requisite deductions per semester. I am happy to talk through the details and logistics with anyone who might be interested. Ideally this would be one instructor for both classes, but it is possible to have two
different instructors teach a rough equivalent of Spanish I and Spanish II.
For more information, please contact Mneesha Gellman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Monument Project provides a central space for creative thinkers to re-imagine monuments and public art.
We seek to interrogate public memory, cultivate public imagination, and envision a more just future.
Our Instagram design challenges invite Harvard students to create monuments of any medium and consider in the process: What are monuments for?
Who are they for? Do we need monuments today?
Learn more here: https://www.monumentproject.co/
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University is seeking applications from highly qualified, diverse candidates for our Research Fellow, Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery, position. This is a full time, term-limited position with full Harvard benefits. It is funded through December 31, 2021, with the possibility of renewal based upon funding availability.
The Research Fellow will support the work of the Presidential Initiative on Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery. The initiative, announced by Harvard President Larry Bacow in November of 2019 and anchored at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, is an effort to understand and address the enduring legacy of slavery within our University community. It is guided by a Presidential Committee, chaired by Radcliffe Dean Tomiko Brown-Nagin, who is also the Daniel P. S. Paul Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard Law School and a professor of history in Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Interested applicants must apply for the Research Fellow, Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery position through HARVARD CAREERS, Harvard University’s online employment application system. The Research Fellow will play a critical leadership role on the Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery research team. This position reports to the Project Manager, Harvard and the Legacy of Slavery, and will also work with the Dean of the Radcliffe Institute.