Internship, Archives of La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club

Apply by Dec 24th, 2017
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La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club seeks applicants for a paid archives internship. This is a temporary, part-time, paid position working approximately 20 hours per week (exact schedule to be determined). The internship will start in late January and last through May 2018, with the possibility of an extension through August 2018. Continue reading


Digital Video Archiving Internship (Jan 2018), Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Application Deadline: December 9, 2017
Position: Full-time, Paid
Timeframe: 01/15/18 — 03/26/18

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The intern will work with the Interactive Media and Outreach department to learn the current workflow of the department’s media editing lab and analyze and suggest better approaches to workflow.

This is a Spring semester internship and can be full-time or part-time. This internship has a mid-January start date (flexible) and the length of the internship depends on full-time or part-time status.

Internship applications must be submitted through the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment System (SOLAA): To apply on SOLAA, create a new application in the National Air and Space Museum Academic Year Internship program. On the Program Choices page of the application, rank between one and three Project Choices you are interested in based on the names below. APPLICATION CLOSES SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19.


Complete applications must include a resume and statement of purpose detailing why you are a good fit for this internship and how it will help advance your academic and/or career goals. Transcripts and letters of recommendation are optional.

More information about interning at the National Air and Space Museum can be found at

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Collections Assistant, North West Film Archive

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Manchester, UK
Salary Grade 5: £22,214 – £24,983  [updated following pay award from 1/8/17]
Apply by September 11, 2017

North West Film Archive:

Part of Manchester Metropolitan’s Library Special Collections, the North West Film Archive is the recognised public moving image archive preserving films made in and about the region – it is part of the Archives+ partnership, with a small specialist team and facilities, based in the splendid Manchester Central Library, and looking after some 50,000 items of film and video. Offering a variety of access services to users in the academic, public and commercial sectors, the Archive will mark its 40th anniversary in 2017, and is looking forward to meeting the challenges of an increasingly digital future. Partnerships and collaborations, with for example heritage organisations, the BFI and broadcasters, are key to successful operations, and the quality of the work of the NWFA is recognised regionally, nationally and internationally.

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