Oral History Undergraduate Fellowship: Listening to Silent Voices – Spring 2023
The Oral History Fellowship is available to IAC undergraduate students and is an invaluable training opportunity in public history and oral history projects that focus on Georgia Tech, Atlanta, and beyond.
The Fellowship’s concentration on silent voices that have not been heard also creates an opportunity to develop expertise in the design, development, processing, and distribution of oral history projects within a framework of social justice and inclusivity.
The learning objectives of the Oral History Fellowship:
- Develop best practices in oral history methodologies that highlight inclusivity and self-reflection.
- Design an oral history project of social justice importance related to Georgia Tech, Atlanta and/or Georgia History.
- Conduct oral history interviews.
- Process oral history interviews with various technological tools.
- Distribute oral history interviews through different media venues.
- Present oral history project at a conference or event.
There are four fellowships available in Spring 2023
The pay is $11 dollars an hour, for 10 hours a week, for 12-13 weeks
For questions email Jennifer Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply, please send a letter of interest, and your resume to Jennifer Rogers, Alumni Historian at email@example.com by Friday, January 13th 11:59 pm
Interviews will take place the week of January 16th.