Free Summer History Seminars For Teachers
For the thirteenth straight year, the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History will sponsor tuition-free, one-week summer seminars across the U.S. and England for teachers at every level.
Participants receive a $400 stipend, books and room and board. Public, parochial, independent school teachers and National Park Service employees are eligible. Each seminar is limited to 30 participants by competitive application. Historians from universities including Stanford, Columbia, Yale and the University of Virginia will lead seminars on topics ranging from the Colonial Era, the U.S. Constitution and the Underground Railroad to the Great Depression, the Cold War and the Civil Rights Movement.
Applications must be postmarked or submitted electronically by February 15, 2007. For information on how to apply, visit www.gilderlehrman.org .