American Film Institute
Primary contact: Emily Wittenberg – ewittenberg@afi.com, 323-856-7662
https://www.afi.com/afi-archive/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
The American Film Institute seeks an intern to assist with processing and organization of archival collections. This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience with archival collections and connect classroom instruction with practical experience. Working closely with the Archivist, the intern will assist with a variety of collections, including print, digital, photographic and moving image materials relating to the American Film Institute and the history of cinema. Onsite projects could include: independently processing a small print collection, assisting the Archivist with the ongoing processing of a large print collection, and/or oral history content descriptions and organization. Virtual projects could include: defining, representing and managing electronic metadata in relation to physical holdings and/or creating descriptive metadata related to digitized and born-digital materials. The internship must be taken for course credit and is unpaid.

 

AMPAS – Science and Technology Council
Primary contact: Norma Vega – nvega@oscars.org, 323-817-4164
oscars.org
Paid: Paid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
The intern will work with the InMagic information management system and primary research material, to help document technologies related to filmmaking. Some responsibilities include scanning and editing database records with special attention to consistency and contributing data to the input guidelines.

The intern will also assist in the creation of subject/reference files and conduct research for ongoing projects, which may require occasional trips to offsite library.

 

California State University, Long Beach
Primary contact: Joseph Aubele – joseph.aubele@csulb.edu, 562-985-5321
https://csulb.libguides.com/csulblibraryinternship
Paid: Paid
Summer: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
The paid library internship at California State University, Long Beach is designed, and is intended, to provide the successful candidate(s) with a professional experience in librarianship, an experience that will allow the intern(s) to both evaluate academic librarianship as a possible career and prepare the intern(s) for professional opportunities.

Librarian interns will be assigned one or more CSULB librarians as mentors, based upon their subject interest/expertise as well as upon the needs of the library.

They will be scheduled to work alongside their mentors at the library reference desk and will participate in the library’s web-based 24/7 reference service.

They will receive orientation to the library’s collection development processes and will collaborate with CSULB mentors in materials selection.

They also will have the opportunity to observe one or more bibliographic lectures, then to “team teach” a future session with their mentor, and, subsequently, develop and lead course integrated instructional sessions of their own.

 

California State University, Northridge
Primary contact: Luiz H. Mendes (technical services), Susanna Eng-Ziskin (reference services) – luiz.mendes@csun.edu, susanna.eng@csun.edu, 818-677-6299
https://library.csun.edu/
Paid: Paid
Summer: To be determined (Possible remote internship opportunities)
Fall: To be determined (Possible remote internship opportunities)
Internship Description:
The Oviatt Library at California State University, Northridge, offers internships both in reference and instruction and technical services (cataloging, digital services, or special collections & archives). For more information, including criteria, expectations, and an application form, see Guidelines for CSUN Librarians Legacy Internship for Collection Access and Management Services Librarians at: https://library.csun.edu/About/CSUN-librarians-legacy-internship, and Ecklund Internship in Research, Instruction and Outreach Services at: https://library.csun.edu/About/EcklundInternship.

 

Civil Rights Project
Primary contact: Laurie Russman – russman@gseis.ucla.edu, 310-267-5562
www.civilrightsproject.ucla.edu
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
We are looking for an IS student or two to work on finishing the processing and review of faculty documents related to civil rights, congressional policy, equity studies and many other topics.

 

CSU Dominguez Hills
Primary contact: Greg Williams – gwilliams@csudh.edu, 310-243-3013
https://libguides.csudh.edu/archives-home
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: In-person internships
Internship Description:
Internships available at CSUDH to arrange and describe collections, create finding aids, and generating digital content for Content DM…and also for using Archives Space.

 

East Los Angeles College Library
Primary contact: Nathasha Alvarez – alvarenm@elac.edu, 323-415-5086
https://www.elac.edu/Explore/Library
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
The ELAC Library Internship is an opportunity to gain firsthand experience in academic librarianship in a community college setting. We work collaboratively with interns to create unique internship experiences that align with the academic interests and professional goals of each student interested in exploring reference, instruction, and outreach.

Other info: We don’t know for certain if we will be working from home or if we will be back on campus for the fall 2020 semester. The form our internship will take in the fall 2020 semester will depend greatly on that factor.

 

Getty Conservation Institute I
Primary contact: Lynda Bunting – lbunting@getty.edu, 310-440-6233
www.getty.edu
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
AATA Online, published by the Getty Conservation Institute, is a free online database for professionals engaged in the conservation and management of material cultural heritage in all of its forms: works of art, cultural objects, architectural heritage, and archaeological sites and materials. The database contains over 148,000 abstracts dating from 1932 to the present. Tasks will mostly pertain to two projects: 1. original cataloging of select serial titles that have not been previously covered by AATA using standardized methods, as well as entering associated analytics; and 2. reviewing specific conservation and preservation literature to identify and cull articles missing from AATA Online in preparation for inputting into the database.

 

Getty Conservation Institute II
Primary contact: Sheila Cummins – scummins@getty.edu, 310-440-7619
www.getty.edu/conservation
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
The Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) is looking for interns interested in assisting with a variety of projects that support the work of the GCI Information Center. Projects could include helping to identify key conservation literature to be added to the Getty’s Library holdings; assisting with the processing of a large donation of research materials recently received by the GCI; or contributing to an assessment project focusing on the Getty Library’s Conservation Collection.

 

Getty Research Institute I
Primary contact: Lyndsey Godwin-Kresge – lgodwinkresge@getty.edu, 310-440-7044
https://www.getty.edu/research/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
The internship would involve assessing a recently acquired film collection containing roughly 260 films of various sizes. The collection includes some original reels as well as internegatives and exhibition copies of films made for recent exhibitions. The intern would need to complete condition reports and assess duplicates, providing deaccession recommendations on unneeded multiples or copies in poor condition.

 

Getty Research Institute II
Primary contact: Laura Schroffel – Lschroffel@getty.edu, 310-440-7338
https://www.getty.edu/research/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: Remote internships
Internship Description:
The intern will explore the various web archiving tools available to organizations with a focus on Archive-It software. Using Archive-It they will learn how to initiate archival website crawls, apply quality assurance, and add archived materials to Archive-It collections. The intern will evaluate the current practice of web archiving of special collections materials at the Getty using Archive-It, and make recommendations to improve or change processes while writing formal local guidelines. They will also identify collections and other supporting resources that can be added to the web archive collections. The intern will create access points in finding aids and for collections that are not part of special collections materials the intern will create a template bibliographic record to represent these materials in our library catalog.

 

Getty Research Institute III (Special Collections Cataloging)
Primary contact: Kit Messick – kmessick@getty.edu, 310-440-7436 work
https://www.getty.edu/research/special_collections/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
Interns in Special Collections Cataloging will gain experience in archival processing according to national standards and best practices. The GRI’s research collections include archives, prints, rare photographs, and audiovisual materials. Each intern’s primary responsibility is to make a collection or series accessible for research, with specific tasks including re-housing, arrangement, and description. In addition to hands-on experience working with special collections, interns will also gain applied knowledge of metadata standards and experience working with ArchivesSpace. Archival processing internships in GRI Special Collections require prior coursework in archival theory and description. Reading ability in a foreign language may be required for some projects.

Other info: Other areas within the GRI, including Born-Digital Archives within GRI’s Special Collections Section may be able to offer remote internships and will be submitting responses separately. 

 

LA Law Library
Primary contact: Esther Eastman – eeastman@lalawlibrary.org, 213-785-2532
www.lalawlibrary.org
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Remote internships;In-person internships
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships
Internship Description:
An internship at LA Law Library offers an optimal field environment for exploring special librarianship as a career path, offering practical hands-on experience working with an approximate 1M equivalent volume collection, learning effective reference skills from a large staff of seasoned librarians, honing communication techniques for interacting with a diverse public, program development principles, and exploring collection development and management practices.

 

Los Angeles City College (LACC)
Primary contact: Katie Hamilton – hamiltke@lacitycollege.edu, 323-953-4000 ext. 1396
http://www.lacitycollege.edu/Resources/Library/MLK-Library-Home
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined (Possible remote internship opportunities)
Fall: To be determined (Possible remote internship opportunities)
Internship Description:
Los Angeles City College is a community college in East Hollywood with one of the most diverse student populations on the planet.  Interns will gain hands-on experience at an academic reference desk enhancing their skills in assisting students with research.  In addition, opportunities to observe/participate in B.I. sessions and/or cataloging are available.  The library is open Mondays-Saturdays during Fall and Spring Semesters and Mondays-Thursdays during the 5-week Winter Intersession and 10-week Summer session.

 

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Primary contact: Sarah Pham – spham@lacma.org, 323-857-6595
https://www.lacma.org/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
Collection Information & Digital Assets (CIDA) are stewards of the art administration systems (TMS, the collection database and ODIN, the museum DAMS) and their data providing strategic solutions and support for a variety of user needs. CIDA oversees metadata standards, consults on wider digital projects, and assists in ensuring digital content deemed worthy for long-term retention is safely stored and that formats are thoroughly understood so they can be continuously and sustainably accessed into the future. Projects are available in both databases.

Other info: Internships with LACMA at the moment are still very TBD, but we will let you know when more information is available. We try our best to provide students with enriching experiences and are critically examining how we can achieve and adapt during this time

 

Los Angeles Public Library
Primary contact: Ruth Seid – rseid@lapl.org, 818-895-3662
www.lapl.org
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
LAPL internships provide experience in adult reference and youth services. Interns receive quality mentoring by the Branch or Agency Manager and staff.  Interns are provided with broad exposure to LAPL, including public service, programming, outreach, collection development, and electronic resources training.

 

Los Angeles Southwest College library
Primary contact: Parisa Samaie – samaiep@lasc.edu, 323-241-5410
www.lasc.edu
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
Los Angeles Southwest College (LASC) is one of the 9 colleges in the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD). The Library provides a variety of services to the LASC/LACCD students. The internship provides a great opportunity for those who are interested in working at an academic library in the future to get some experience working with students at a community college.

 

Museum of Ventura County
Primary contact: Krystell Jimenez – kjimenez@venturamuseum.org, 818-643-9130
https://venturamuseum.org/library-museum-ventura-county/
Paid: Paid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
Intern projects will vary each semester. Some of the duties an intern can expect to undertake include:

Processing, including rehousing records, assisting with arrangement and description of collections, and creating box and/or folder lists in ArchivesSpace.

Reference, including responding to researcher inquiries and working in the reading room working with docents and staff.

Digitization, including scanning original records, photographs, maps, or oversized drawings, creating associated metadata for upload into the online catalog, completing audits of scanned images.

 

NBCUniversal Archives & Collections
Primary contact: Rachel Parham – rachel.parham@nbcuni.com, 818-777-9920
https://universalstudioslot.com/archives-and-collections
Paid: Paid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: Unable to offer Fall internships
Internship Description:
Interns at NBCUniversal will have an exciting opportunity to assist permanent staff with accessioning, cataloging, and processing assets from the studio’s feature film and television productions, which include a variety of materials: 3D objects, costumes, paper records, models, and photographs.

 

Nickelodeon
Primary contact: Anna Martino – anna.martino@nick.com,
https://www.nickanimation.com/
Paid: Paid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
As a Nicktern in the archives, your primary responsibilities include: Respecting the collection and its contents; Assisting with digitization projects;  Working closely with staff to process artwork; Assisting with identifying and researching assets in our numerous collections; Helping curate and display artwork around the studio; Building online collections for availability to internal and external partners

 

Orange County Archives
Primary contact: Susan Berumen – susan.berumen@rec.ocgov.com, 714-834-2536
ocarchives.com
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: Unable to offer Fall internships
Internship Description:
As the historical repository for the County of Orange, our collection consists primarily of government records but we also collect OC-specific material.  Our interns will need to be able to lift up to 40 lbs., have knowledge of archival processing, perform limited preservation/conservation techniques is preferred but we can train.  An interest in history is a plus.

 

Pepperdine Libraries Special Collections and University Archives
Primary contact: Kelsey Knox – kelsey.knox@pepperdine.edu, 310-506-4323
https://library.pepperdine.edu/collections/special-collections/default.htm
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
The intern will assist with a project related to archives, rare books, or preservation in the Boone Special Collections and Archives in Payson Library. Archival projects may include accessioning archival collections, arranging and describing materials, writing finding aids, adding descriptive information to ArchivesSpace, and preparing materials for exhibit. Rare book and preservation projects may include preservation surveys of the collection, re-housing materials, or other similar projects. The final project will be determined in consultation with the internship supervisor. Prior knowledge of archival theory and practice or special collections librarianship is preferred.

 

Producers Library
Primary contact: Jeff Goodman – jeff@producerslibrary.com, 818-752-9097
www.producerslibrary.com
Paid: Paid
Summer: In-person internships;To be determined
Fall: In-person internships
Internship Description:
Producers Library is a commercial stock footage and photo archive.  We license images to documentary, television, feature film, advertising and a host of other productions.  Interns will take on various job duties such as film and video cataloging, digital asset management, film splicing and assisting in 16mm and 35mm film scans.

Research Library and Archives at the Museum of Ventura County
Primary contact: Deya Terrafranca – dterrafranca@venturamuseum.org, 805-653-0323
www.venturamuseum.org
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Remote internships;To be determined
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
Remote internships will consist of reference work utilizing online resources and work with the Library’s OMEKA database. Students will be assigned collections to upload and input item metadata in the system, as well as identify and create one online exhibit. Special projects researching for the museum exhibits team and object collection may also be assigned, as well as creation of online quizzes and other resources for the public.

 

San Diego State University Library
Primary contact: Linda Salem – lsalem@sdsu.edu, 619-655-1019
https://library.sdsu.edu/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer:
Fall: Remote internship
Internship Description:
In this virtual internship, join the San Diego State University LIbrary’s Assistant Head of Collections and Education Librarian Linda Salem and the talented team at SDSU Library to learn about academic library collection development and management, electronic reference, and online instruction. During this internship you will examine the intersections of these functions that result in powerful online academic library services design for the 21st century. In addition, you will have the opportunity to choose to study online historical and contemporary education, children’s literature, and illustration studies, rare books studies and online collections, online exhibit development, and online curation of special and specialized academic collections.The intern will gain experience doing online research about digitzed rare and electronic books and their important role in concert with academic print collections.

Other info: Due to the COVID19 virus, this is a virtual internship will take place completely online with no time in the library. For this reason, the intern will need an good internet connection, computing equipment, and comfort with online conferencing.

 

Santa Barbara City College Library
Primary contact: Elizabeth Bowman – bowmane@sbcc.edu, 805 730 4433
sbcc.edu/library
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
The Santa Barbara City College Luria Library’s (Virtual or F2F) Marketing and Instructional Materials Intern will assist the library in virtual marketing and outreach by maintaining a consistent presence in its social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, Flickr, etc.) and through its outreach to students via the Luria Library website (blog posts, etc.). In addition, the Intern will assist in the creation of online library instructional materials (research guides, tutorials, etc.).

Marketing and Outreach: In collaboration with SBCC librarians, the Intern will identify and promote relevant library resources, events, and materials through social media outlets and the library website to support student learning and success. The Social Media Intern will investigate, recommend,  and maintain best practices for social media marketing based on general practices and recommendations in the business environment.

Instructional Materials: In collaboration with SBCC librarians, the Intern will assist in the editing and creation of course specific research guides, requiring the use and knowledge of basic web editing and html fluency. The Intern may also assist in the identification, development, and creation of instructional video tutorials designed to facilitate catalog and database searching, as well as to teach basic research skills.

 

SFPL Jail & Reentry Services  (Reference by Mail)
Primary contact: Jeanie Austin – jeanie.austin@sfpl.org, 415-516-1163
https://sf-goso.org/support-services/jail-and-reentry-services-supportive-services/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Remote internship
Fall: Remote internship
Internship Description:
The intern will, under supervision of an SFPL librarian, respond to letters mailed from incarcerated patrons around the country. Letters may include questions about reentry resources, pop culture, history, art, music, small business, and a range of other topics. Responses will be reviewed by a librarian who will provide feedback and suggestions for revision as necessary. Responses must adhere to SFPL templates and to the content limitations set forth by SFPL and by the facility where the patron is incarcerated.

Other info: Qualifications: Knowledge of or interest in providing library services to people who are incarcerated.  Excellent writing and communication skills. Ability to respond to reference question without a “reference interview” or any feedback from the patron.

 

Simon Wiesenthal Center Archives and Reference Library
Primary contact: Margo Gutstein – mgutstein@wiesenthal.com, 310-772-7603
http://www.museumoftolerance.com/education/archives-and-reference-library/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an international Jewish human rights organization focusing on issues of antisemitism, hate and terrorism with a special focus on teaching the lessons of the Holocaust to future generations.  The Archives and Reference Library supports the mission of the Wiesenthal Center and the Museum of Tolerance, the educational arm of the Center.

Our archival holdings include photographs, documents, diaries, letters, objects, artwork, video recordings, audio recordings and rare books.  A portion of our collection is accessible online through our Digital Archives at www.museumoftolerance.com/digitalarchives/

Internships:

Interns will gain experience cataloging and handling our broad collection, including accessioning acquisitions, physical processing and housing of collections, cataloging collections into our database, working with digital images and preparation of records for the SWC Digital Archives.  Research and exhibit-based projects may be assigned.  Some specific projects may include:

  • Evaluation and inventory of our art holdings
  • General inventory of our archival holdings
  • Updating of controlled vocabularies used in our archival database

 

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
Primary contact: Yolanda Bustos – ybustos@nhm.org, 213-763-3389
www.nhm.org
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: In-person internships;To be determined
Fall: In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
Opportunities for onsite internships include experiences processing archival collections, assisting with digitization, performing rare books condition reporting, and assisting with the day-to-day management of the Natural History Museum’s archives and research library. (From Original Response: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles’ Archives maintains records documenting the institutional memory of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles and the La Brea Tar Pits and Museum. Internships are considered part of the Museum’s volunteer program and therefore are unpaid opportunities. All interns are directly supervised by the Archivist & Librarian. Familiarity with the natural sciences is helpful but not required. Some experiences require entry-level proficiency in areas such as archival theory, MARC cataloging, relational databases, digital asset management systems, metadata creation and management, and/ or photographic processes. All internship work will be completed on-site at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, hours: Monday – Friday, TBA. Project placements are designed based on student skill level, project needs, and resource availability.)

 

The Wende Museum
Primary contact: Christine Rank – crank@wendemuseum.org, 310-216-1600
www.wendemuseum.org
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
The Collections Internship will focus on cataloging the Museum’s incoming acquisitions and existing backlog. Interns will gain experience in key areas of object handling, processing objects, and using a museum database (Mimsy XG). Interns will have the opportunity to directly work with artifacts from the Cold War and be exposed to a variety of museum activities.

 

UCLA Library Center for Oral History Research
Primary contact: Teresa Barnett – tbarnett@library.ucla.edu, 310-923-6254
http://oralhistory.library.ucla.edu/
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Remote internships
Fall: Remote internships
Internship Description:
We plan to conduct remote interviews with UCLA-affiliated students and staff about their experience in the COVID pandemic. We’re looking for students who can conduct interviews remotely, probably through Zoom, and also draw up finding aids for them.

Other info: I would hope to pay students, at least minimally, but given the campus’s current straitened financial circumstances, I can’t guarantee that.

 

UCLA Library Resource Acquisitions & Metadata Services
Primary contact: Kevin Balster, Hermine Vermeij – kbalster@library.ucla.edu; hermine@library.ucla.edu, 310-825-1936 (KB); 310-825-3438 (HV)
https://www.library.ucla.edu/about/about-collections/cataloging-metadata-center
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: To be determined
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
Purpose:To create and analyze MARC and/or non-MARC metadata for monographs, serials, and/or digital library resources. Responsibilities: Working under the direction of the internship supervisor, the intern will be responsible for the following: searching the OCLC database and/or the Digital Library Collections System (DLCS) to create and enhance cataloging/metadata records; searching the authority file to verify and/or create authority records; assigning subject headings to resources according to LCSH, MeSH or some other subject heading system; assigning LC or NLM classification (if cataloging MARC records); consulting and interpreting national and local guidelines for MARC and/or non-MARC metadata standards; using all the cataloging and metadata tools (e.g. OCLC Connexion, Catalogers Desktop, Classification Web, etc.) necessary for carrying out the aforementioned duties. SpecialProjects: In lieu of or in addition to the above responsibilities, the intern may work on special projects that involve one or more of  the following: mapping among various metadata schema; reviewing and analyzing data; identifying strategies for extending and reusing existing metadata; developing efficient best practices for metadata application; evaluating reports for e-resources management system (ERMS), catalog, and link-resolver management; developing and testing RDA training for serials and integrating resources. Requirements: Coursework in descriptive cataloging and/or non-MARC metadata; Coursework in subject cataloging for MARC internships; coursework in subject cataloging (or equivalent) for non-MARC internships. Preferred: Willingness to work for 2-3 quarters; Fluency in at least one language other than English. Desired: Coursework in indexing and thesaurus construction (if working with non-MARC metadata)

 

USC Libraries
Primary contact: Sue Luftschein, Michaela Ullmann – luftsche@usc.edu, 213-740-4046
https://libraries.usc.edu/locations/special-collections
Paid: Unpaid
Summer: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Fall: Remote internships;In-person internships;To be determined
Internship Description:
Special Collections in the USC Libraries has opportunities for students interested in primary source literacy instruction, archival processing, and rare book cataloging.

 

Windward School
Primary contact: Sarah Clark and Cielo Botello-Williams – sclark@windwardschool.org, 424-289-1028
www.windwardschool.org
Paid: Paid
Summer: Unable to offer Summer internships
Fall: To be determined
Internship Description:
Do you aspire to work in a library that serves teens and young adults? Do you want to hone your skills as a teacher? Are you itching to put the theory of school into practice in a real setting? Do you want to test out ambitious ideas and build your resume?

This internship is a chance to test everything you’ve been learning in class by applying your knowledge in a professional setting. Regardless of your professional aspirations, your experience at Windward will be an asset to your resume. Past interns have gone on to work in public, university, community college and school libraries.

This is a in-depth internship which ideally lasts three quarters: fall, winter, spring. The intern will work closely with the Research Librarians to support faculty with integrating information literacy skills into research projects, in addition to supporting the library program as a whole.

The position will entail approximately 20 hours/week over one academic year with a pay rate of $18/hour. The ideal candidate is driven, intellectually curious, has a strong desire to work with teenagers, and is able to collaborate with faculty, staff, and students.