How We Work
Creating Partnerships that Put Humanities Ideas into Action
Everything we do at Utah Humanities is in partnership with other organizations. Partnering with us can come in many forms and result in a variety of humanities programs. We also help bring your own humanities ideas to life through quick grants and competitive grants.
To learn more about what we do and how you can partner with us to benefit your community, see What We Do.
You can also get a feel for what we can accomplish together through partnerships in the brief highlights below:
The Clemente Course in the Humanities
Led by Utah Humanities, the Clemente Course is a community partnership involving East High, the University of Utah Honors College, Westminster College Honors Program, and University Neighborhood Partners. The Clemente Course is an accredited interdisciplinary humanities course for underserved 10th and 11th grade students. Taught primarily by professors, it is intended to excite underserved students about higher education and help them prepare for college.
Our Utah Humanities Book Festival, an Annual Event
For nineteen years, we have offered an annual statewide book festival. The Utah Humanities Book Festival has become Utah's premier literary event and we partner with libraries, local bookstores, and many other organizations across Utah. Partnering with so many organizations allows us to offer free festival events during September and October, working with each organization to offer customized events for their audiences.
Stay tuned for more partnership highlights...