The Humanities Professions Project

The Humanities Professions project was launched by the Humanities Academic Board and the Department of  Literary Studies, Philology and Linguistics to offer students training and information tools and opportunities helping them to get a grasp of the world of work and develop professional skills.

The project is aimed at organizing internships in close collaboration with host institutions and monitoring the educational experience. Academic representatives have co-designed training activities with the external institutions and they will require detailed and personal feedback at the end of the internship. Our students will thus develop professional skills in the actual world of work.

The project is addressed to students of Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes in Humanities. Some opportunities are open to students of other courses in the humanities area (you will find more information in the ads).

Opportunities
Projects archive
Host Project
Comune di Milano – Settore Biblioteche- Biblioteca Rionale Gallaratese Progetto Mnemoteca del Gallaratese
Not available
Fondazione Arnoldo e Alberto Mondadori Descrizione bibliografica/catalogazione
Not available
Fondazione Arnoldo e Alberto Mondadori Progetti culturali per le Scuole
Not available
Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Archivista Junior
Not available
Comune di Milano – Settore Biblioteche- Biblioteca Rionale Gallaratese Addetto al front office
Not available
Comune di Milano – Settore Biblioteche- Biblioteca Rionale Gallaratese Information Literacy
Not available
Comune di Milano – Settore Biblioteche - Biblioteca Sormani Ufficio Conservazione e Valorizzazione Raccolte Storiche Biblioteca centrale
Not available
Stratagemmi – Prospettive Teatrali Attività editoriale
Not available
How to apply
  1. Almalaurea CV and letter of presentation
    Eligible students can apply for up to two opportunities posted on the Job and Internship Noticeboard and published by the COSP as curricular internships. Please note that you are required to submit a cover letter of no more than 2,000 characters specifying training and professional experiences consistent with the position you are applying for and the number of CFU credits earned.

  2. The teachers in charge will first screen the curricula and shortlist candidates for each host.

  3. The host will then choose the suitable candidate(s).