Here’s some examples I came up with off the top of my head:
- Jason ‘13 studies philosophy, political science, and radio and spent last FWT (or maybe it was two FWTs ago?) at This I Believe.
- Mike ‘14 studies a combination of politics, video, and public action and spent last FWT working with VT State Representative Brian Campion on his re-election campaign for the fall.
- Victoria ‘13 studies public history and spent this past FWT at the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation as a research intern.
- Kevin ‘13 studies politics, law, and philosophy and spent one of his FWTs working for the Orlando District Attorney’s Office.
So that’s just a small sampling, but I hope it helps to give you an idea of what the possibilities are for social science/humanities-based Plans. There are, of course, many other possibilities - being assistant to a psychiatrist; helping philosophers do research; even independent study projects of your own. The humanities have a broad reach and you could do a lot of exploration over four years’ worth of FWTs.