Jewish Studies Internships

Meltzer Interns

The Jewish Studies Meltzer Internship Program enables students to explore the intellectual dimensions of Jewish studies outside the classroom. During the semester, interns will develop and organize one event for students. Programs might include a discussion with a scholar, a panel discussion, a performance, or any other event that raises issues relevant to Jewish studies. The Meltzer Faculty Advisor and Grad Coordinator will assist with conceptualization and with clarification of financial and technical needs. Each intern will have a programming budget of around $200 for the Meltzer event, and each will receive a $200 research stipend.

Applications are due in early September for fall internships, and early January for spring internships.

To become a Meltzer Intern in Spring 2023, submit a completed Jewish Studies Internship Application to Chrissy Walsh ( by Friday, February 10, 2023.

The application and further information can be found at the links below.

Click here to view past Meltzer Intern events.

Forms and Documents

Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History Interns

Undergraduates can earn independent study credit (in Jewish Studies or in History) by serving as in intern next semester at the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History.  Get information on becoming an intern at the WNMAJH, by contacting Professor Beth Wenger.