PIPS is accepting six research interns for the 2014 spring semester. Applicants should send in one e-mail message the following required material (except letters of recommendation).
All submitted files must be in Adobe PDF format and each file name must comply with the following format:
PIPS will not accept an application if it does not meet the specified formatting.Required Material:
- Unofficial college transcript
- A letter discussing your interest in becoming a PIPS intern and identifying research topics you are interested in researching
- Writing sample from a previous class of 4-6 pages in length.
- Two letters of recommendation from William & Mary faculty assessing and ranking (on a scale of one to ten) your analytical ability, writing skill, maturity and capacity to conduct independent social science or historical research. Faculty letters of recommendation may be submitted via e-mail, or, if more convenient, onpaper. Please inform your faculty recommender that a formal letter is not necessary. Informal assessments submitted via e-mail will be accepted.
Electronic applications should be submitted to [[pips]]. Finalists will be interviewed by the PIPS directors.
The submission deadline for the 2014 spring semester is January 10, 2014, at 5 p.m.