Internship

Want to learn practical experience in an academic institute and broaden your knowledge about America?

 

The Roosevelt Study Center offers the position of intern (36 hours per week) for a period of three months. The RSC is looking for a student in American studies, history or international relations. Fluency in English and Dutch is required.

The activities of the intern include: library duties, assisting the staff in the organization of conferences, editorial work, making archival materials accessible, the translation of documents, and secretarial assistance. It is taken into account that the intern has time for his/her own research alongside these tasks.

The RSC offers an informative and varied work environment. A standard remuneration is available for the internship. Click here for more information.

Below you will find what previous interns had to say about their time at the RSC:

Jasper Collette, Leiden University

My time at the RSC has provided me with a valuable set of skills for the future.

Roel Bos, University College Utrecht

The internship allowed me to fully experience the academic world, giving me new perspectives on my future.

Joëlla de Vos, University of Utrecht

Through this internship I have come to know the real academic world with all its possibilities.

Juri Ferri, University College Roosevelt

A great experience in a stimulating working environment. I will always remember my time at RSC!

Cheryl Bork, University of Groningen

A truly positive experience, both educational and enjoyable.

Laura Mudde, Utrecht University

The RSC internship is a learning experience I will hold dear in my future endeavors.

Marisa Kok, Utrecht University

The RSC helped me to extend my personal and professional horizons!

Heleen Blommers, VU University Amsterdam

A valuable learning experience and acquaintance with an academic community working with U.S. history.
Ewoud Bongers

Ewoud Bongers, Leiden University

An invaluable experience that will help me during my future career.
Niek de Vries

Niek de Vries, Erasmus University Rotterdam

The RSC is arguably the best way to get acquainted with both the academic field and community.
Katinka Folmer

Katinka Folmer, Utrecht University

A valuable and welcoming meeting place for anyone who shares interest U.S. history.
Anita Schmale

Anita Schmale, Utrecht University

My internship at the Roosevelt Study Center was an array of fruitful experiences.
Niek Joosse

Niek Joosse, Erasmus University Rotterdam

The Roosevelt Study Center is a valuable addition to my academic curriculum.
Menno van Overmeeren

Menno van Overmeeren, University of Amsterdam

This internship gave me the opportunity to develop new skills and gave me valuable work experience.
Erika van Leeuwen

Erika van Leeuwen, University of Groningen

The RSC is a unique and inspiring place for students with an interest in U.S. history.
Ian Priem

Ian Priem, Erasmus University Rotterdam

The internship at the RSC allowed me to combine my interests in history and the U.S.
Martijn Samson

Martijn Samson, Erasmus University Rotterdam

RSC allowed me to experience many sides of academic life: research, conferences, meetings.
Lise Koning

Lise Koning, University of Amsterdam

This internship gave me the opportunity to make contacts with international scholars.
Berit Brink

Berit Brink, VU University of Amsterdam

One of the most amazing things was meeting researchers from all over Europe.
Linda Brontsema

Linda Brontsema, University of Groningen

Both educational and pleasant, and takes place in a perfect work atmosphere.
Tijmen Gengler

Tijmen Gengler, Utrecht University

It shows the real academic world. Not only books, but ever changing, interesting and full of people.
Thomas Bottelier

Thomas Bottelier, Erasmus University Rotterdam

One of the most informative times of my life. Like Theodore Roosevelt said 'Work worth doing'.
Sanne Goossens

Sanne Goossens, Radboud University Nijmegen

It places you at the Dutch epicenter of American Studies and Transatlantic Relations.