New Spring 2018 Fellowships at the KHC
Each semester, the Kupferberg Holocaust Center offers unique fellowship opportunities for QCC students. In the past, the topics revolved around the Holocaust, Hate Crimes, and Asian Social Justice. The KHC would like to announce the fellowship programs being offered in the Spring 2018 semester, allowing student to gain not only knowledge about various topics but leadership skills.
This spring’s fellowships include:
KHC/CERRU Undoing Bias Fellowship to teach students how to confront the challenges of a diverse world while gaining more self-awareness to undo personal bias through shared language and understanding of inequality.
Project Based Fellowships allows students the opportunity to work in different areas of interest within the Center to get hands-on experience of working at a nonprofit that is committed to human rights.
We encourage students to consider applying for a fellowship with the KHC as QCC students may be eligible to earn elective and honors credits with additional responsibilities.
Each program asks that the students commit to a certain amount of project hours to complete the tasks required of them. The fellowships will meet weekly over the course of the semester and offer a stipend upon successful completion of the project. Please refer to the KHC Fellowships Flyer Spring 2018 for further information, application requirements, and deadlines.
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