Students and Alumni Watch more interviews → Student Involvement The Miller Center offers a variety of employment and internship opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students. Any openings in the future will be posted here. For questions or inquiries regarding opportunities at the Miller Center, please email Stefanie Georgakis Abbott at email@example.com. Current Openings The Miller Center's Presidential Oral History Program has an opening for a work-study student intern for fall 2015. Responsibilities include filing; copying briefing books; printing, binding, and mailing transcripts; emailing program participants; and helping maintain program archives. More information on the Presidential Oral History Program can be found at http://millercenter.org/oralhistory. Must qualify for the federal work-study program. More information can be found here. Interested applicants should email Stefanie Georgakis Abbott and include a cover letter, resume, class schedule for the fall, and unofficial transcript. Student Ambassadors Program The Miller Center launched its new Student Ambassadors Program in the 2012-2013 school year by naming ten undergraduate students to focus on student outreach efforts to increase student attendance and involvement at Miller Center events and improve our visibility on-Grounds. The Miller Center Undergraduate Research Award The Miller Center Undergraduate Research Prize Fellowship will provide $5,000 to an undergraduate student to conduct research on presidential history and politics over the course of the 2015-16 academic year. The Research Prize Fellowship awardee will work closely with Miller Center faculty and staff to conduct research and written work to support ongoing Miller Center initiatives related to the study of the presidency and the 2016 presidential election. Projects may include assisting scholars with research, blog posts, following the presidential primaries, and tracking media coverage of the presidency. For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact Stefanie Georgakis Abbott. Congratulations to our 2015-2016 award recipients, DeAnza Cook (Class of 2017) and Parisa Sadeghi (Class of 2016). Miller Center Fellowships The Miller Center program is a competitive program for individuals completing their dissertations on American politics, foreign policy and world politics, or the impact of global affairs on the United States. Learn more here. Public Service Fellows The Public Service Fellows are a group of U.Va. undergraduates dedicated to developing volunteerism, good citizenship, and professional opportunities to serve the community. This is a student-run group, co-sponsored by the Jefferson Scholars Foundation and the Miller Center. Alumni Over 300 students have worked at the Miller Center in its 35-year history. They have contributed significantly to the worked produced here in a variety of ways—from compiling briefing binders on former officials being interviewed for Presidential Oral History Programs, transcribing and annotating tapes in the Presidential Recordings Program, to conducting research for our scholars. Please contact Stefanie Abbott if you are a former Miller center student intern or employee and would like to learn more about ways to get involved.