This essay outlines five types of publicly engaged humanities work. It was originally published in 2018 on the Humanities for All website, an initiative of the National Humanities Alliance Foundation. With the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Humanities for All documents and promotes publicly engaged humanities work in U.S. higher education. Humanities for All collects over 1,500 initiatives from across the country, which are searchable, sortable, and illustrated with select case studies. To learn more, visit the Humanities for All website at https://humanitiesforall.org.