The Margaret B. Richardson Education Summer Internship
The HistoryMakers is pleased to announce The Margaret B. Richardson Education Summer Internship, in honor of the mother of The HistoryMakers founder and executive director, Julieanna Richardson. Margaret Richardson has been an indispensable asset to The HistoryMakers project, and a stalwart supporter from the beginning. The Margaret B. Richardson Education Summer Intern should exhibit a passion and commitment to education, just as ‘Mrs. R’ (an educator in her own right) has displayed day after day.

The purpose of The Margaret B. Richardson Education Summer Internship is to provide a ten-week summer opportunity to students interested in pairing historical research with education through K-12 programming. The Margaret B. Richardson Education Summer Internship is open to undergraduate students in their junior or senior years of a four-year accredited university; majoring in education, history, African American studies, or a humanities related field. Further application eligibility and guidelines below.

The HistoryMakers is a growing and dynamic 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating an unprecedented national video oral history archival institution recording the stories of both well-known and unsung African American HistoryMakers. The goal is to record at least 5,000 oral history interviews and to expose this material to the public through strategic media, technology, academic and community partnerships. In June 2014, the nation’s foremost repository—the Library of Congress—announced that it will serve as the permanent repository of The HistoryMakers collection. In 2015, Harvard University, Yale University, Boston University, Howard University, and Emory University all licensed The HistoryMakers Digital Archive for use on their campuses, and in the classroom.
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