Thank you for your interest in the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program. We are taking our program in new directions and seeking motivated students to help us reach our goals. This is a great time to complete an academic internship with the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program, and information regarding Spring 2013 internships is available now.
Our semester-long internships, available to graduate and undergraduate students for 3 credit hours, serve as an introduction to the field of oral history. But beyond conducting, transcribing, and audit-editing interviews, our internships are tailored to the strengths of our students. Interested in event planning? Public relations? Audio and film editing? We have the resources and opportunities to help you.
If you are interested in the internship program, please fill out our intern application found HERE. Please be sure and indicate on the application that you are interested in our intern program. Completed applications can be submitted electronically to the SPOHP Graduate Coordinators at SPOHPInternship@gmail.com, or delivered to SPOHP in Pugh Hall, room 241.
View and download the Spring 2013 Internship Syllabus....HERE.
SPOHP is always looking for dedicated and energetic volunteers to help us achieve our goals. The opportunities for our volunteers are as diverse as our projects and interview topics!
For training purposes, we accept volunteers at the beginning of each academic semester. We request a minimum commitment of four hours per week. New volunteers are first given a thorough introduction to our program and training on how we conduct, transcribe, and audit-edit oral histories. We then help our volunteers find projects and interviews that fit their interests.
If you are interested in volunteering with SPOHP, please fill out the application found here. Please be sure and indicate on the application that you are interested in our volunteer program. Completed applications can be submitted electronically to the SPOHP Graduate Coordinators at SPOHPInternship@gmail.com, or delivered to SPOHP in Pugh Hall, room 241.
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