Hall Internship

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Thank you for your interest. Applications for Summer 2024 are due by April 8.

John and Marjorie Hall had progressive social values that set them apart from many in Western Nebraska. As children from the Depression, they were unable to finish college. They raised a daughter, Katherine, who graduated from UNL in 1971 with a degree in Journalism. She went on to earn a Ph.D. from the University of Washington and retired as a journal editor with the UW School of Public Health. She established this endowment to honor her parents and to further social justice in Nebraska.

The John W. and Marjorie L. Hall Endowment Fund for Social Justice Education will provide a stipend to matriculated University of Nebraska Lincoln students who intern at the Gender and Sexuality Center at UNL. The internship is anticipated to be 120-135 hours at $14.00 per hour. Internships are available during the summer. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to apply.


Successful applicants must:

  1. be enrolled at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Students who may be completing their internship in the summer need not take classes during the summer term if they will be enrolled in the upcoming fall semester.
  2. commit to and be able to fulfill the requirements of the internship.
  3. have an interest in learning about social justice and/or demonstrate a commitment to social justice education and human rights.
  4. contribute to the work and mission of the Gender and Sexuality Center through the internship.
John and Marjorie Hall with Katherine
John Hall
Marjorie Hall