The Robert Frederick Smith Applied Public History Fellowship for HBCU Graduates

National Museum of African American History & Culture

The Robert Frederick Smith Applied Public History Fellowship for HBCU Graduates offers a two-year full-time appointment in Washington, DC., providing advanced training and scholarly support in public history, museum management, outreach programming, and partnership building.  Applicants are required a Bachelor’s degree and must have at least one degree from a Historically Black College or University. This fellowship is best suited for a recent master’s degree recipient with some professional experience. A stipend amount of $50,400 per year, $10,800 per year for individual health insurance, and $2,500 per year for research and conference travel.

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  • Deadline: Jan 15, 2024 (Confirmed)*
  • Work Experience: 0-5
  • Location: North America
  • Citizenship: United States
  • Residency: United States
*Please check the program's website to confirm deadlines.
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