Federal Reserve System Summer Library Intern-DC

Approximate Date of Posting: April, 26, 2017

Position: Library Intern

Location: D.C.

Company/Organization  Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

The Research Library at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System is offering a paid summer internship for graduate level library or information science students. The Research Library offers a full array of desktop and customized library services to staff members at the Board and assists in data intensive and web-dependent Board Research.

Schedule/Hours: Full-Time

Time Frame:  ten to twelve weeks 

Compensation Paid

Source: SLA

Description:

The Research Library intern will help improve library services to the Board research and professional community. The intern will work on several of the following projects that represent a good mix of back-end/maintenance and front-end/public-facing tasks:

  • Bibliographic maintenance – Assist in evaluating and replacing URLs for Gift & Exchange resources in the Library’s Integrated Library System (ILS). In addition, should the intern’s course work and knowledge be sufficient, the intern will work in the ILS to enhance brief bibliographic serial records that were automatically loaded into the ILS.
  • Data – Work on one or several projects related to the library’s data initiative: creating marketing materials to promote new data mapping tools; compiling a list of critically important data vendors; and working with the library’s subject taxonomy and authority information to populate a SharePoint list.
  • Current Awareness – the intern will explore ways to improve and enhance the Library’s SharePoint-based Bank and Broker Newsletter service.

    The internship is located in Washington, D.C.and lasts ten to twelve weeks and is full time (40 hours per week during working hours). Students enrolled in a Master’s degree program in library or information science at an ALA-accredited institution are encouraged to apply. Candidates should have a knowledge of and interest in technology, metadata, and business research. Knowledge of economics, banking, finance, or business topics is highly desirable.

Application

Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and undergraduate and graduate unofficial transcripts to ProjectInterns@frb.gov DEADLINE May 15, 2017 Interviews are conducted by telephone and selections are based solely on academic records and references.

Website: For more information or to obtain a FRB employment application, visit our website at  www.federalreserve.gov/careers/

Deadline: May 15, 2017

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Records Management Summer Intern-Summer-D.C.

Approximate Date of Posting: April 20, 2017

Position: Records Management Summer Intern

Location: Washington, D.C.

Company/Organization    Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Schedule/Hours: Full-Time

Time Frame:  summer

Compensation Paid

Source: Indeed https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=b28c30ba570ff0a8&q=Library+Science+Summer+Internship&tk=1be52ec901d93e41&from=ja&alid=5746e0c2e4b00f6d0c49474c&utm_source=jobseeker_emails&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=job_alerts&rgtk=1be52ec901d93e41

Description:

The Consumer Laws and Regulations Branch is seeking a graduate level summer intern (must currently be enrolled in school through the 2017 calendar year) to carry out a records management project with DCCA. Under the supervision of attorneys, senior staff assistance and with the guidance from the Office of the Secretary’s Records team, the intern will provide analysis and subject indexing of historical legal files within the Branch as part of with the division-wide records management project and in preparation for the division’s upcoming move. The intern will organize and maintain paper and electronic files; review legal documentation; categorize them and classify items for off-site storage.

The intern should have an interest in library science and/or the legal field with organizational abilities and strong skills in research, critical analysis and creative thinking, oral and written communication. The candidate must have effective interpersonal skills; proficient with Microsoft Office products and knowledge of the Freedom of Information Act. The intern should also be able to work independently.

Website: https://frbog.taleo.net/careersection/iam/accessmanagement/login.jsf?lang=en&redirectionURI=https%3A%2F%2Ffrbog.taleo.net%2Fcareersection%2Fapplication.jss%3Flang%3Den%26type%3D1%26csNo%3D2%26portal%3D101430233%26reqNo%3D10822%26isOnLogoutPage%3Dtrue&TARGET=https%3A%2F%2Ffrbog.taleo.net%2Fcareersection%2Fapplication.jss%3Flang%3Den%26type%3D1%26csNo%3D2%26portal%3D101430233%26reqNo%3D10822%26isOnLogoutPage%3Dtrue

https://www.federalreserve.gov/careers-internships.htm

https://www.federalreserve.gov/careers/files/FR28.PDF

Deadline:

Archives and Special Collections Internship – Palm Beach

Approximate Date of Posting: April 26, 2017

Position: Archives and Special Collections Intern

Location: Palm Beach, Florida

Company/Organization   Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach,

The Foundation is a private, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the preservation of the historic, architectural, and cultural heritage of Palm Beach, Florida. The Foundation’s mission is to encourage the community to learn about and save the historic buildings that truly make Palm Beach special.

Schedule/Hours: Full Tim

Time Frame:  June 26-August 7, 2017.

Compensation $1000 stipend

Source: http://news.cci.fsu.edu/cci-internships/archives-and-special-collections-internship-application/

Description:

Interns will be exposed to challenging, professional opportunities while working in the archives of the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach. Interns will learn to properly store, preserve, digitize, and restore architectural renderings, rare photographic materials, and other special collections items. Additionally, interns will assist Preservation Foundation staff in creating an updated version of Landmark Architecture of Palm Beach and will conduct research for a commemorative book celebrating the 30thanniversary of the prestigious Ballinger Award.

Email the application and required documents to:

Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach

c/o Shellie A. Labell

Director of Archives and Programming

311 Peruvian Avenue

Palm Beach, FL 33480

Phone: 561 832-0731 x 112

Fax: 561 832-7174

slabell@palmbeachpreservation.org

Website :http://www.palmbeachpreservation.org/

Intranet Student InternStudent Intern- Manhattan

Approximate Date of Posting: April 26, 2017

Position:Intranet Student Intern

Location: Buffalo, NY

Company/Organization   Cannon Design

CannonDesign has an exciting opportunity for an Intranet Student Intern to work on a full or part-time temporary basis in our Buffalo, NY or New York, NY offices. We are an integrated global design firm that unites a dynamic team of strategists, futurists, researchers, architects, engineers, and industry specialists driven by a singular goal – to help solve our clients’ and society’s greatest challenges.

Schedule/Hours: Full or Part time

Time Frame:  Unspecified

Compensation Unspecified

Source: http://slanyintern.blogspot.com/2017/04/intranet-intern-cannondesign-manhattan.html

Description:

The successful candidate will collaborate with our Knowledge Management and Communications team, primarily supporting a special project to update our intranet instance, hosted on the Jive platform. Primary responsibilities will include the following:
  • Working with a wide group of teams to update page layouts and archive outdated documents, clean up keywords and structure to enhance search results, and support the revision of an ongoing strategy that ensures the best content is the easiest to access.
  • Work in a diverse setting across multiple markets including corporate, healthcare, and education.
  • Assist with intranet management and archival processes.
  • Work with key stakeholders to enhance the findability of key documents.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualified candidates must be working towards a Bachelor or Master in Communications, MLIS or related. Candidates should have strong organizational skills and attention to detail, tech-savvy, an interest in digital asset management, knowledge of taxonomy and archival principles, familiarity with image databases or content management systems, excellent verbal/written communication skills and the ability to work well independently or in a team setting. The ideal intern will be interested in supporting and learning more about digital asset management in a dynamic design firm. Knowledge of the education, healthcare, or corporate industries and/or knowledge of architecture and design trends is a plus. Microsoft Office skills required.

Website: http://careers.cannondesign.com/jobs/6692450-intranet-student-intern

Deadline: Unspecified

Digital Asset Management Student Intern- Manhattan

Approximate Date of Posting: April 26, 2017

Position: Digital Asset Management Student Intern

Location: Buffalo, NY

 

Company/Organization   Cannon Design

CannonDesign has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Asset Management Student Intern to work on a full or part-time temporary basis in our Buffalo, NY or New York, NY offices. We are an integrated global design firm that unites a dynamic team of strategists, futurists, researchers, architects, engineers, and industry specialists driven by a singular goal – to help solve our clients and society’s greatest challenges.

Schedule/Hours: Full or Part time

Time Frame:  Unspecified

Compensation Unspecified

Source: http://slanyintern.blogspot.com/2017/04/intranet-intern-cannondesign-manhattan.html

Description:

The successful candidate will collaborate with our Knowledge Management and Communications team, primarily supporting a special project focused on improving our image database, hosted on the OpenAsset platform. Primary responsibilities will include the following:

 

  • Assist with digital asset management of the firms image database.
  • Work with key team members to establish processes for aligning project data with imagery.
  • Support efforts to update and improve the system.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualified candidates must be working towards a Bachelor or Master in Communications, MLIS or related. Candidates should have strong organizational skills and attention to detail, tech-savvy, an interest in digital asset management, knowledge of taxonomy and archival principles, familiarity with image databases or content management systems, excellent verbal/written communication skills and the ability to work well independently or in a team setting. The ideal intern will be interested in supporting and learning more about digital asset management in a dynamic design firm. Knowledge of the education, healthcare, or corporate industries and/or knowledge of architecture and design trends is a plus. Microsoft Office skills required.

 

Website: http://careers.cannondesign.com/jobs/6692855-digital-asset-management-student-intern

Deadline: Unspecified

Intern- JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF GREATER HARTFORD, CT

Approximate Date of Posting: April 26, 2016

Position: Archives Intern

Location: West Hartford, CT

Company/Organization   Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford

An internship position is currently available at the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford, 333 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford. The Society’s mission is to collect and preserve the historical documents, photographs and memorabilia of the Jewish community of Greater Hartford.

Schedule/Hours: 4-6 hours or more per week

Time Frame:  Unspecified

Compensation A stipend will be available.

Source: Archives Gig https://archivesgig.wordpress.com/2017/04/25/west-hartford-ct-paid-intern-jewish-historical-society-of-greater-hartford/

Description:

The position would involve assisting with various details of the organization, working with the director, administrator and archivist. The intern will work with the archivist to process material into the archival database and assist with organizing various collections. In addition, research, planning, and publicizing upcoming exhibits, programs and projects. Working on a specific project for course requirements is also possible.

Excellent computer and writing skills necessary.

Please contact Estelle Kafer, Executive Director, (860) 727-6171 or ekafer@jewishhartford.org.

Website: www.jhsgh.org

Deadline: Until filled

Resident Librarian- University of Delaware- 2 years

Approximate Date of Posting: April 21, 2017

Position: Pauline A. Young Resident, Reference and Instructional Services Department

The Pauline A. Young Residency program is designed to meet both the professional goals and interests of the Resident as well as the strategic priorities of the Library.  First established in 1984, the program has substantial success designing unique learning opportunities for early career librarians, including mentoring, in-depth orientation across the organization, participation in national and regional conferences, committee service, and development of capstone portfolio / projects. We are excited to be a member of the newly established ACRL Diversity Alliance to network with residency programs at other academic libraries

Location: Newark, DE

Company/Organization  University of Delaware

Schedule/Hours: Full-Time

Time Frame:  2017-2019

Compensation Commensurate with experience

Source: https://chroniclevitae.com/jobs/0000365958-01?cid=VTEVPMSJOB1

https://library.udel.edu/residency/program/

Description:

The University of Delaware Library seeks an energetic, student-oriented, early-career librarian to participate in a 2-year, post-master’s residency focused on reference and instruction. Reporting to the Assistant Head of Instructional Services and as a member of the Reference and Instructional Services team, the 2017-2019 resident will support initiatives designed to engage students with the library and to increase student success through the acquisition of information literacy skills. Major responsibilities include:

  • Establish learning goals related to teaching, move through a structured program of classroom observation, reflection, and discussion, and to provide leadership in instruction-related projects and discussion groups, resulting in a diverse portfolio of instructional activities.
  • Participate in the redesign of library instruction activities related to the First Year Experience program and expanding library partnerships with campus groups that support student success such as the Office of Academic Enrichment, the NUCLEUS program, and Engagement Centers.
  • Design and teach library instruction and information literacy sessions to a variety of students, particularly those enrolled in first year composition classes, including sessions dedicated to multimedia literacy projects.
  • Create, promote, and assess online learning objects related to information literacy concepts and skills including online tutorials, research guides, and lesson plans.
  • Participate in the effort to spread awareness of Open Educational Resources among faculty through presentations, consultations, and outreach activities.
  • Provide general research assistance in person and online, including some evening and weekend hours

Qualifications: Recent graduate degree from an ALA-accredited program.  Experience providing public service and instruction in a library setting.  Familiarity with the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher education and information literacy best practices.  Excellent oral and written communication skills. Commitment to fostering an inclusive educational environment and workplace and an ability to work effectively with a diverse faculty, staff, and student population.  Commitment to professional growth. Preferred: Familiarity with instructional design principles and assessment of learning.  Experience leveraging technological tools to improve student learning.  Educational background in education or social

Website:

https://library.udel.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/104553PaulineYoungResidency2017b.pdf

https://udjobs.nss.udel.edu:4450/psc/RESUME/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=888

Deadline: May 19, 2017

Resident Librarian- Temple University- 2 years

Approximate Date of Posting: April 21, 2017

Position: Resident Librarian

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania–Main Campus-Paley Library

 Company/Organization  Temple University

Schedule/Hours: Full-time

Time Frame:  2 years

Compensation Paid

Source: Residency Interest Group

Description:

The Temple University Libraries Residency, open to recent graduates (last 1-5 years) of ALA-accredited master’s degree programs, offers professional experience and the opportunity to be mentored in a technology-rich, academic research library.  The residency program supports the Libraries’ commitment to build a diverse staff, and is a member of the ACRL’s Diversity Alliance.  The two-year residency is designed to meet both the professional goals and interests of the Residents as well as the service and operational priorities of the Libraries. In the first year, the Residents will work in multiple functional areas, reporting up through the department head. With over 20 possible units to select from, areas of focus will be determined mutually by the Residents’ interests and the needs of the Libraries.  In the second year, the Residents will be expected to plan and execute a major project.  Residents will provide service and gain valuable experience in multiple facets of academic librarianship through this process.  The Residents will serve on library committees. Performs other duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience:ALA-accredited Master’s degree in Library Science, awarded no later than August, 2017.

Required Skills and Abilities:

*Strong interest in the pursuit of a career in academic librarianship.
*General knowledge of print and electronic information resources.
*Ability to work successfully in a collegial team environment.
*Ability to adapt to varying work and management styles is highly desired; this program is designed around an employee working in several departments within the library.
*Interest in lifelong learning and in contributing to the profession through research projects and scholarly communication.
*Interest in professional development, research and scholarship.
*Excellent oral and written communication skills.
*Knowledge of current trends in academic libraries
*MLS received within the last five years.

Preferred:
*Demonstrated commitment to principles of diversity.
*Enthusiasm for learning new technologies.
*Experience in using data to drive decisions in reference, outreach and instruction practice.

Qualifications: ALA-accredited Master’s degree in Library Science, awarded no later than August, 2017

Open to recent graduates (last 1-5 years) of ALA-accredited master’s degree programs

Website: https://temple.taleo.net/careersection/tu_ex_staff/jobdetail.ftl?job=17001253

Deadline: Unspecified

Archives Technician Trainee-1 year-Michigan, NPS

Approximate Date of Posting: April 21, 2017

Position: Archives Technician Trainee

Location: Calumet, Michigan

Company/Organization  National Park Services-Department of the Interior Lake Superior Management Center

The National Park Service’s Lake Superior Collection Management Center is a full-service museum and archives collection management provider for three national park units: Isle Royale National Park, Keweenaw National Historical Park, and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. These three park units preserve and interpret important aspects of the Lake Superior region’s prehistory; aboriginal and settlement history; maritime, commercial fishing, mining, labor, and industrial history; bedrock and glacial geology; and Lake Superior, inland lake and stream, and forest ecosystems. These three national park units provide today’s visitors a Northwood’s escape into history, nature, and recreation.

Schedule/Hours: This position is a full time position, when academic schedule has a brake for the season and/or our agency and student will agree on a formally-arranged schedule of school and work that does not interfere with the student’s academics or performance.You may be required to work weekends.

Time Frame:  The anticipated Entrance on Duty (EOD) May 2017.

Compensation $32,844.00 to $42,702.00 / Per Year

Source: Archives Gig https://archivesgig.wordpress.com/2017/04/21/calumet-mi-student-trainee-archives-technician-1-year-term-national-park-service/

Description:

Provides reference service to archival researchers in person and remotely, documents use of collections, and provides archival duplication services to researchers.
Processes (arranges and describes) archival collections, catalogs archival collections, and produces finding aids for archival collections.Freeze-treats, cleans, rehouses, inventories, and accessions incoming archival and other museum collections.
Serves as a team member on other archival and museum collection management tasks and projects along with other collections management staff.This position is located in Calumet, Michigan, at the Lake Superior Collection Management Center, a full-service museum and archives collection management provider for three national park units: Isle Royale National Park, Keweenaw National Historical Park, and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. These three park units preserve and interpret important aspects of the Lake Superior region’s prehistory; aboriginal and settlement history; maritime, commercial fishing, mining, labor, and industrial history; bedrock and glacial geology; and Lake Superior, inland lake and stream, and forest ecosystems.  These three national park units provide today’s visitors a Northwood’s escape into history, nature, and recreation. The purpose of this position is to perform a full range of complex archival support work, with an emphasis on providing reference service at the Lake Superior Collection Management Center.  Some limited travel may be required.

Qualifications:

Student Program Eligible, living or attending school in the area of Calumet, Houghton, Michigan.

To be eligible for a Pathways Program internship, you must meet the following requirements:
•You must be a student accepted for enrollment or enrolled in a degree or certificate program on at least a half-time basis with a minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA).
•Enrollment must be with an accredited educational institution or state-approved home school. These may include high schools, colleges, universities, technical; trade, vocational or business schools and state approved home school secondary and post-secondary programs.
•Qualifying certificate programs must have completed four years of post high school leading to a Bachelors Degree or  equivalent degree.•Educational institutions must be accredited by organizations recognized by the U. S. Department of Education. To see if your school is accredited, please visit:

Website: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/467927900/

Deadline: April 27, 2017