CHS Opportunities for undergraduates

The Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) is offering a range of opportunities for undergraduates this spring and summer.
kenchreai_archaeological_schoolMay 27-June 22
The Kenchreai Archaeological Field School introduces students to the archaeology, history and culture of Greece through participation in a field school and accompanying seminars and excursions. The Kenchreai Excavations, directed by Professor Joe Rife, provide a unique opportunity to learn about the past first-hand at one of Greece’s most spectacular seaside archaeological sites. The CHS is collaborating with Sunoikisis to offer scholarships for two Harvard students and one Sunoikisis student. The scholarship covers the cost of the program and provides each student with a travel stipend. Learn more!
SIP_in_DCMay 27-August 3
The Summer Internship Program in Washington, DC offers students the opportunity to work on projects related to Publications or Fellowships and Curricular Development (FCD). Interns will have access to the library resources and will have opportunities to engage with the scholarly community at the CHS. Interns will work approximately 270 hours over the course of the summer and receive $12.00 per hour. Learn more!
July 8-17
The Information Fluency Workshop introduces undergraduates to important sources of information for the study of classics and develop their ability to access, evaluate, and manage resources in a variety of formats. Workshop participants will also explore the broader landscape of scholarly communication and how it is currently evolving. As a practical application of their information fluency in classical studies, the participants will develop research guides for use by other undergraduates in a variety of academic contexts. Participants will stay on the CHS campus in Washington, DC for the program’s duration. Learn more!