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Fellowships and Education at the Schomburg
The Lapidus Center for the Historical Analysis of Transatlantic Slavery offers six-month and three-month fellowships to scholars who can benefit from access to the public research library. Residencies come with a stipend. The application process opens September 1. Deadline is December 1.READ MORE ›
The Schomburg Center Scholars-in-Residence Program assists those scholars and professionals whose research in the black experience can benefit from extended access to the Center's resources.Residencies last six months and come with a $30,000 stipend.The application process opens September 1. Deadline is December 1.READ MORE ›
Built upon the foundation of the Schomburg Center’s groundbreaking exhibition In Motion: The African American Migration Experience, this Summer Institute underscored and explained the extraordinary diversity of African American communities that is reflected in contemporary classrooms. READ MORE ›
Each year, 100 youth are selected to participate in a free pre-college black studies program at the Schomburg Center/NYPL. Junior Scholars attend college-style lectures and presentations, engage in dialogue with adult scholars, participate in guided peer group discussions and activities. Deadline for applications is September 30, early submission encouraged. READ MORE ›
Each fall, spring, and summer, up to eight college and graduate students will be selected to participate. The program hires across seven areas: collections, communications and social media, education, executive, library, public programming and special events. The application process is year-round.
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The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation have created the Schomburg-Mellon Humanities Summer Institute to encourage minority students and others with an interest in African-American, African, and African Diasporan Studies to pursue graduate degrees in the humanities. Apply starting Sept. 1. READ MORE ›
Teen Curators is an after-school arts and history enrichment program admitting 50 high school students each year. As Teen Curators, participants will learn the behind-the-scenes work of collecting, preserving, archiving, and interpreting art. This tuition-free program aims to use arts education to increase the historical and cultural literacy of teenagers and promote their artistic, intellectual, and professional engagement. READ MORE ›
Hundreds of educators and premier scholars from across the country gathered for a spectacular “education vacation” at the Schomburg Center featuring lectures, interactive workshops, curriculum labs, curator talks, and community walks that explored the history and cultures of African-Americans and African peoples throughout the Diaspora. READ MORE ›