The Program in Jewish Studies offers a number of funding opportunites to graduate students enrolled in our Graduate Certificate in Jewish Studies or the graduate colloquium. Learn more about what opportunities are avaliable below or contact our Director of Graduate Studies with questions.
Jewish Studies provides a number of fellowship opportunities to graduate students. These fellowships support research, study abroad, creative works, global seminars, travel, and more. To see a full list of fellowships, upcoming deadlines, and how to apply, please visit our Funding page for the most up to date information.
The Program in Jewish Studies offers research assistant (RA) positions as well as graduate teaching positions which are allocated on an annual basis in coordination with students’ home departments.
Positions with CU’s Post-Holocaust American Judaism Archive, including the Mazal Holocaust Archive (the world's largest privately owned Holocaust archive). RAs play a central role in projects such as cataloging, inventorying, and processing archival material, as well as generating and maintaining the archive’s online presence.
We are looking for graduate students with relevant skills, while also seeking to provide opportunities for students without archival experience to cultivate skills in areas such as information management and the digital humanities. Please contact our Director of Graduate Studies for more information.