The Graduate Research Assistant application period has been extended to April 30, when all application materials are due. Application reviews and candidate interviews will take place in early May. The Harry Ransom Center still expects to appoint two GRAs for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.
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Follow your passion. If you're considering an internship at the Ransom Center, it's probably because you're deeply curious, humanities-oriented, and an enthusiastic student of literature, film, and/or the visual arts. These Internships are available to both graduate and undergraduate students and provide unique opportunities to work behind the scenes with experts at an important cultural institution with worldwide connections.
All internship positions are security sensitive and regular meetings with staff create a space for professional and personal growth for all interns. The Ransom Center recruits potential undergraduate interns directly, through departments and partnerships with academic and scholarship programs on campus. Graduate interns must be able to work 20 hours a week for the full academic year and may be able to extend the internship for a second year. Graduate interns classified as Graduate Research Assistants are eligible for a stipend.
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