Paid Internship, Smithsonian Channel Libraries and Archives

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We are looking for a great intern to join our Library & Archives team for the fall semester. The internship offers the opportunity to engage with all aspects of a production-based archives, including cataloging and processing born digital video. This is a paid, part-time position (minimum commitment of 15 hrs/week, max 35 hrs/week), based in Washington, DC. Applicants must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program; graduate-level coursework in Library Science or Audiovisual Preservation is preferred. Contact Karma Foley, Director of Library & Archives with any questions (karma.foley[at]

For more details and to apply: Applications must be submitted online. Apply by Sept 12.


AMIA 2017 Scholarships and IPI Internship

AMIA believes that the education and training of moving image archivists is essential to the long-term survival of our moving image heritage.

This year three student scholarships will be offered:  the Sony Pictures Scholarship, the Universal Studios Preservation Scholarship, and The Rick Chace Foundation Scholarship.

In addition, the Image Permanence Institute Internship in Preservation Research will offer a student who is committed to the preservation of moving images the opportunity to acquire practical experience in preservation research.

For further information, deadlines and applications, please visit the AMIA web page:

Application deadlines are May 15th.

2017 Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program, Library of Congress

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Summer Internship
$4,500 Stipend
Apply by January 27, 2017
Program is open to US citizens currently enrolled in a degree-granting program or those who will have graduated no earlier than spring 2017.
Washington, DC Area

Job Overview


About the Agency

The general focus of the Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program is to increase access to the collections and an awareness of the Library’s copyright, legal and special collections and digital initiatives. In the past, projects have been developed to make the collections better known and accessible to researchers including scholars, students, teachers, knowledge creators, and the general public. Interns help the Library expose unprocessed collections, participate in digital projects, provide additional services to Congress and the public, and make our collections more immediately accessible to scholars. Interns work under the direction of Library curators and specialists in various divisions. In the past, summer interns have identified hundreds of historical, literary, artistic, cinematic and musical gems representing rich cultural, creative, and intellectual resources. United States citizens currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate school are invited to apply for consideration as a Junior Fellow.

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