ABOUT: The Glasscock Center appoints students in the College of Liberal Arts to serve as paid apprentices in the Center. In addition to assisting with routine office tasks, apprentices are included in activities such as social events with visiting scholars, are encouraged to participate in the Center’s sponsored events as part of their work for the Center, and serve as liaisons with the undergraduate community on campus. Apprentices are encouraged to suggest programs, activities, projects, and funding opportunities that will benefit undergraduates. The Center’s staff is committed to involving the apprentices in the workings of the Center.
ELIGIBILITY: Undergraduate students in good standing, who have a demonstrated commitment to humanities research, and who have an interest in learning about the operation of a research center are encouraged to apply. The Center works with the College of Liberal Arts Cornerstone program, the Regents Scholars program, and the College of Liberal Arts Honors program, Veteran Resource & Support Center, and other groups to identify potential applicants.
The Glasscock Center has two types of Undergraduate Apprentice positions. For more information about each position, please visit the links below: