Fellowships for Bard College Undergraduate Students
If you are a current Bard College student interested in fellowship opportunities with the Hannah Arendt Center, please contact Tina Stanton.
Positions at the Hannah Arendt Center vary every academic year. Please get in touch to learn about current opportunities.
Courage to Be Fellows
The Hannah Arendt Center hires student fellows for the Courage to Be Program, a philosophical, scientific, and theological investigation into the religious and philosophical foundations of moral and spiritual courage. The project consists of hosting several dinners/lectures focusing on pertinent topics. Student fellows help organize the dinners, assist with selecting the speakers, conduct interviews with the speakers, introduce the speakers, and organize events. Fellows also assist with planning the Annual Fall Arendt Center Conference. Fellows receive an honorarium for their work. More about Courage to Be
Campus Plurality Fellows
The Hannah Arendt Center hires fellows to work on the Campus Plurality Forum projects: Tough Talks and Dorm Room Conversations. Fellows are responsible for producing Tough Talk events and Dorm Room Conversations, including selecting potential speakers, corresponding with speakers, reserving campuses spaces, organizing travel and housing, crafting marketing materials, and hosting speakers while they are on campus. This is a paid position. More about the Plurality Forum
Dependable, knowledgeable media interns are key players on the HAC team. Interns duties include but are not limited to: filming special events, including talks, lectures, and conferences; editing footage; developing the YouTube and iTunes channels; assisting with audio conversion of video content; editing audio content; and collaborating with the HAC media coordinator and other media interns. Compensation is project based.