Since 1995, the International Center has hosted over 250 scholars from around the world through a program of residential fellowships and travel grants. More »
A major component of the International Center's scholarly activity is focused on conferences, symposia, and seminars, held at Kenwood and elsewhere. In addition to considering Thomas Jefferson in his historical setting, the Center is developing an international program related to contemporary issues that correspond with Jefferson's interests and legacy. More »
The International Center runs a number of long established and highly successful courses for teachers and the public with the University of Virginia, the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, and the Robert E. Lee Memorial Association. More »
The International Center directs Monticello's active program of publishing significant new and previously published titles related to Jefferson and his legacy. More »
Interns make important contributions to expanding the scope and depth of research at the International Center and its Jefferson Library. In addition to the ICJS internships, opportunities also exist in the areas of Administration, Development, Horticulture, and an Intern and Volunteer Program at the Jefferson Library.