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Key Information about the Internship


June 21: Application Deadline

July 15: All applicants informed of decisions

August 12: Internship begins

December 13: Internship ends


Please review the eligibility requirements on this page before applying.

Time Commitments

This part-time, virtual internship will require approximately 7-10 hours of work per week, including a one-hour Zoom meeting with the internship supervisor per week.

Internship Work

The intern will create one profile resource kit for our LGBTQ+ Stories from Nazi Germany initiative and manage our social media channels. View this page for full details.  

Key Information for the Application

Application Deadline

Applications are due by
11:59 pm (Pacific Time) on Friday, June 21, 2024.

This is a Video Application

Please note that you will submit your answers as a video response. See below for more details. 

You Can't Save
Your Progress

You cannot save your progress once you begin. Please have all of your information prepared and ready to submit when you begin the form.

Familiarize Yourself with our Resources

Please familiarize yourself with our LGBTQ+ Stories from Nazi Germany initiative and our social media accounts before you apply. 

You'll Need a Gmail Account

You will need to be signed in to a Gmail account for the application. You can sign up for a free account if you do not already have one. 

Application Questions

Because you cannot save your progress and return later, you will need to have all of your information prepared before you begin the application. To help you prepare, we are including all of the questions of the application here:

  • First & Last Name

  • Email address

  • Pronouns

  • Date of Birth

  • Will you be a student during the internship period (August - December 2024)? 

  • In which city and state will you be living during the internship period? (Aug. - Dec. 2024)

  • What library will you use as you conduct research for the internship? 

  • Will you be seeking credit for your internship through your university or employer?

  • Please upload a video (8 minutes maximum) in which you: 

    • Introduce yourself ​

    • State what motivated you to apply for this internship 

    • Share a story of how LGBTQ+ history has impacted you personally 

    • Explain any relevant experience and skills you have with historical research and producing/managing social media content 

    • Offer any thoughts for innovating or improving our LGBTQ+ Stories from Nazi Germany initiative and/or our social media channels 

    • Tell what makes you a great candidate for this internship

  • A space to submit links if you would like to share examples of any of your work on websites or social media accounts​

  • A space to upload files if you would like to share examples of your work 

  • Is there anything else you'd like to tell us? 

  • How did you hear about this internship?

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