CHS Internships, 2014

The Center for Hellenic Studies happily announces the summer interns for the year 2014!

Washington, DC

The Summer Internship Program offers students the opportunity to work at the CHS in Washington, D.C. on projects related to Publications or Fellowships and Curricular Development (FCD).
Chloe Bollentin (Smith College), Duncan Griffin (Macalester College), and Ansel Mclaughlin (Rhodes College)
Taylor Johnson (University of Virginia) and Mary Henning (Concordia College)

Greece, Teaching Internships

The CHS offers the opportunity for two Harvard University undergraduate students to work as teaching assistants and gain experience alongside Professor Nicolas Prevelakis (Harvard University) while he directs the High School Summer Program in Nafplion. The TAs will have the opportunity to increase their knowledge and skills in social science and pedagogy, and moreover, to coordinate, guide, and support high school students who have little or no previous exposure to methods of studying texts, writing essays, conducting surveys, and preparing presentations at the college level.
HSSP Teaching Assistants
David Neustadt (Harvard University) and Adrianna Lucero (Harvard University)

Greece, Cultural Internships

culturalinternshipsprogramThe Summer Internship Program in Greece brings together a group of American and Greek undergraduates for five weeks each summer in Nafplion where they work in teams at a variety of cultural institutions. Interns apply their academic experiences in practical settings while learning from each other and their supervisors. The program also emphasizes scholarly development and community service.
Folklore Museum
Nancy-Margaret Wehby (Rhodes College), Sofia Tatidou (Democritus University of Thrace), and Evgenios Tsakos (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
Elena Nicolaou (Columbia University) and Vasiliki Saloustrou (Patras University)
National Gallery
Rachel Horowitz (Wheaton College) and Dimitrios Asproulis (The American College of Greece, Deree)
Europe Direct
Bryan Gilmer (Harvard University) and Iason Markatatos (University of Ioannina)
Carrie Tian (Harvard University) and Ivan Sousanidis (Ionion University)
Archaeology Museum
Elliot Wilson (Harvard University) and Maria Adamopoulou (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
Graduate Modern Greek Teaching Fellow
Olga Dima (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)