Hoesley Digital Literacy Fellowship
Location: Philadelphia, PA Experience Type: career readiness programs
Announcing the 2022-23 Hoesley Fellowship through the University of Pennsylvania Libraries in collaboration with Career Services, the School of Arts and Sciences, and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF). Applications are due on May 1st, and we are hoping to see applications from Juniors and Seniors from any major. We are really excited about what we are able to offer this year.
Some of the workshop topics to be offered are:
- Digital Fabrication
- Project Management
- Presentation Skills
- Digital Media Production
- Digital Identity Management
The application and further details can be found on the CURF website: https://curf-upenn.smapply.io/prog/hoesley_digital_literacy_fellows_program/
Through a community of practice, the Hoesley Fellowship focuses on creating a final digital literacy-based project and professional development skills so Fellows are able to build confidence, establish learning strategies, and foster career connections. The program is designed to help Fellows further their professional goals and polish their career-readiness skills.
We are able to offer the Fellows:
- Priority access to equipment and spaces
- Server space to build a professional website and digital project
- Up to $500 for project-related equipment, material, and/or software
- Support from expert staff across the library
- Meals will be provided at required meetings and workshops
Application Period Has Been Extended to May 15, 2022! The program will select a cohort of up to 10 students to participate in the fellowship from September to May 2022-23. Students will meet as a cohort with library staff in September to plan out a personalized program.
|Start Date:||Sep 1, 2022|
|End Date:||May 1, 2023|
|Apply By:||May 15, 2022|