Workday launched on Jan. 4. To help with the transition we are offering daily drop-in sessions. If you get stuck, are confused or have a question, join a Workday Open Lab Zoom and team members will be there ready to help. We are running open labs all day long for the entire first week after the Workday launch (Jan. 4-8) and for two hours each day the following weeks. Zoom link and the full training schedule are available on amherst.edu/go/workday (login required).
Learn more about the new Amherst Folger Humanities Fellowship which provides one Amherst College graduate* with nine months of professional development experience at two world-class institutions— the Folger Shakespeare Library and the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection. Designed to support career exploration in the humanities, applicants can pursue hands-on work in curation and exhibit preparation, research and publication, collection development or conservation, marketing and communication, or education and public outreach initiatives.
JOIN US FOR AN INFO SESSION WITH:
FOLGER SHAKESPEARE LIBRARY DIRECTOR, MICHAEL WITMORE
DUMBARTON OAKS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, YOTA BATSAKI
CURRENT FELLOW, DOMINIQUE MANUEL
The fellowship term runs from September 2021 through May 2022 and includes:
• a $23,000 stipend, and optional health insurance
• free housing in Washington, DC at Dumbarton Oaks for the term of the fellowship
• discounted access to arts and culture institutions across Washington, D.C.
To view full details visit: https://amherst.joinhandshake.com/jobs/4156146/share_preview
or email Carla Costa at email@example.com
*While all class years are welcome to learn more in this info session, please note that only current Amherst College seniors or alumni graduating between December 2019 and May 2021 will be eligible to apply.