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Applications are now closed.

Prior to completing your application, please carefully review and consider what is expected in terms of residence and attendance, reading and writing requirements and overall participation.

We have designed each day's instruction to include a mix of lectures, discussions, tours and hands-on activities. You should be prepared to participate in walking tours and/or standing each day for up to two hours. Additionally, many workshop activities will be conducted outdoors. We consider the activity level for this workshop to be moderately active. All the buildings and spaces we visit are accessible.

If you have any accessibility needs for learning, mobility or housing, or if you require assistance with registration, please contact the workshop co-directors Adam Rubin and Rebecca Boland at NEHLandmarks@architecture.org—we're happy to help.

APPLICATION

In addition to general questions about yourself, your work as an educator and the students you serve, you must also respond to the following short answer questions:

  • What is your interest in this specific workshop, the workshop location and/or our topic of study?
  • How will attending this workshop enhance your teaching or school service?
  • How will you share your experience with your colleagues?

Applications must be submitted via the online application form. Mailed or emailed applications will not be accepted.

Please note: An individual may apply to up to two NEH summer projects (NEH Landmarks Workshops, NEH Summer Seminars, or NEH Summer Institutes), but may participate in only one.

APPLICATION NOTIFICATION PROCEDURE

Successful applicants will be notified of their selection on Friday, March 27, 2020, and will have until Friday, April 3, 2020 to accept or decline the offer.

Once you have accepted an offer to attend any NEH-supported Summer Program (NEH Landmarks Workshop, NEH Summer Seminar, or NEH Summer Institute), you may not withdraw in order to accept an offer from another program.

SELECTION CRITERIA

A selection committee will read and evaluate all properly completed applications. Special consideration is given to the likelihood that an applicant will benefit professionally and personally from the workshop experience. It is important, therefore, to incorporate the following factors in the application essays:

  • your professional background;
  • your interest in the subject of the workshop;
  • your special perspectives, skills or experiences that would contribute to the workshop; and
  • how the experience would enhance your teaching or school service

While recent participants are eligible to apply, selection committees are asked to give first consideration to applicants who have not participated in an NEH-supported seminar, institute, or workshop. Additionally, preference is given to applicants who would significantly contribute to the diversity of the workshop. Five (5) workshop spaces may be reserved for teachers who are new to the profession (teaching for five years or less).

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT

Endowment programs do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, or sexual orientation. For further information, write to NEH Equal Opportunity Officer, 400 Seventh Street, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20506. TDD: 202/606-8282 (for the hearing impaired only).

 

Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this (program/workshop), do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.