Humanities Encouraging Diversity in post-Graduation Employment (HEDGE) supports undergraduates with translating their humanities education to a professional environment. The program offers medical and professional internships, as well as internship funding opportunities. Participating students are also introduced to a variety of industries through career panels, workshops, networking dinners, and other opportunities involving Rice alumni.
Professional Internships provide undergraduate Humanities majors opportunities to gain workplace experience and expand their understanding of the applicability of a Humanities degree in the working world. (2016 deadlines have passed)
Internship Funding is available for unpaid, professional internships independently obtained by Humanities majors. (2016 deadlines have passed)
Museum District Internships provide undergraduate students in (all majors) with the opportunity to gain workplace experience at The Menil Collection, Asia Society Texas Center, and the Holocaust Museum. (2016 deadlines have passed)
Medical Humanities Internships provide undergraduate students in the Schools of Humanities and Social Sciences with the opportunity to assist in research at various institutions within the Texas Medical Center, giving them valuable experience in a variety of medical and public health settings, research institutes, and centers. (2016 deadlines have passed)
Beyond the Hedge Internships are various opportunities not managed by the HEDGE program, but whom are actively seeking Humanities applicants.
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