Student Summer Programs
The Center supports students to pursue a wide variety of opportunities through research fellowships, internships, and collaborative partnerships. These programs are designed to cultivate undergraduate scholarship, to forge relationships with diverse institutions and communities, and to provide professional experiences with arts and cultural organizations.
The Center is deeply committed to equitable financial support for all students who engage in these opportunities. As such, HCAH will work to meet the financial need of all students participating in its summer programs. Visit Internship and Fellowship Funding to learn more. Funding for summer programs is competitive, and the Center strongly encourages students to consider applying for multiple opportunities. Bryn Mawr students majoring at Haverford are eligible to apply.
For Faculty & Students
Summer DocuLab is a donor-funded five-year program that develops student-faculty documentary work in VCAM. Students will spend ten weeks both on campus and in the field developing faculty-proposed documentary projects, working with visiting filmmakers, technicians, and other collaborators.