2018 Library Intern-NC

Approximate date of posting November 22, 2017

 Position: Copyright & Scholarly Communication Intern

Eligibility Copyright & Scholarly Communication

Location: Durham, North Carolina

Company/Organization  Duke University

Schedule/Hours 10 hours per week for the academic year. Hours are flexible within a M-F, 8:30-5:00 work week, but assistants are expected to set and maintain a consistent schedule.

Time Frame 10 hours per week for the academic year

Compensation: $16.50 per hour

Source Link UP

https://www.linkup.com/details/cec5ff8f46e9f01bdf2b537d56b6fab7?utm_source=Job+Alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=general

Description: Under the direction of the Director of Copyright & Scholarly Communication, conducts research related to text recycling (often referred to as “self-plagiarism”) in scientific writing. Collects and analyzes case law and a corpus of publisher contracts to better understand the rights of publishers and authors regarding text recycling and to assess their legal validity.

Responsibilities:
• Collects a corpus of publisher-author contracts for a representative sample of scientific publishers;
• Codes and describes contracts for analysis;• Collaborates in preliminary analysis of corpus;
• Conducts research into case law on the interaction between copyright law, publishing contracts,and text recycling;
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Website: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&jobId=1213940&partnerid=25017&siteid=5172#jobDetails=1213940_5172

Deadline: Unspecified

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Summer 2018 Corporate Video Archiving Intern -GA

Approximate date of posting November 9, 2017

 Position: Video Archive Intern

Eligibility Students must currently be enrolled in or interested in pursuing a degree from an ALA-accredited master’s program in library or information studies, or archiving.

Participation in the internship program is reserved for students who are currently enrolled or within 6 months post-graduation

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Company/Organization  CNN

Schedule/Hours 

Time Frame June 4th through August 10th.

Compensation: Interns are paid at or above minimum-wage based on location

Source Indeed

https://www.linkup.com/details/f95d55ebdd3f7be21cf3db8673278689?utm_source=Job+Alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=general

Description:.

Video interns will work with CNN’s archive collection through such projects as applying metadata to archived footage, working with bureau field tape collections, and learning about videotape preservation.

The video interns will assist archive librarians on our video reference desk, providing video research to CNN news staff worldwide in a fast-paced environment.

Editorial research interns will participate in various projects using a variety of subscription-based databases, traditional reference sources, and the Internet.

They will help on our reference desk, providing information research to CNN news staff worldwide in a fast-paced environment.
Website: https://careers.timewarner.com/TGWebHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=391&siteid=36&jobId=796101

Deadline: Unspecified

2018 Education Intern- MA

Approximate date of posting 11/10/2017

 Position: Education Intern

Eligibility Must be currently enrolled in a graduate-level program in education, museum studies, library science, public history, or other related field.

Some undergraduate or graduate coursework or fieldwork in education, museum studies, library science, public history, or other related field

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

 

Company/Organization  Boston Athenaeum – The Boston Athenæum is one of the oldest independent libraries in the United States. It is also one of a number of membership libraries, meaning that patrons pay a yearly subscription fee to use the Athenæum’s services.

Founded in 1807 as “a fountain, at which all, who choose, may gratify their thirst for knowledge,” the Boston Athenæum has evolved into a beloved subscription library, specializing in history, biography, literature, and art. 5,000 Households maintain active memberships in the Athenæum, and enjoy a range of services from individualized reference assistance to superb children’s programming, from discussion groups to curated selections of digital and print resources. Tourists and scholars from around the world consult the quarter-million rare items in the collection, which includes George Washington’s personal library; an important collection of early American portraits; rich holdings related to the Civil War and documenting New England’s build environment; and the Athenæum’s own historical archives, attesting to the institution’s role in American arts and letters. Each year, the Athenæum offers hundreds of cultural programs— including lectures, concerts, performances, exhibitions, and tastings—within its exquisite National Historic Landmark structure, widely regarded as one of the most beautiful libraries in the world.

Schedule/Hours Flexible schedule About 10 hours per week.

Time Frame unspecified

Compensation: $13 per hour; free membership concurrent with employment and one year following date of departure;

Source Indeed

http://www.bostonathenaeum.org/sites/default/files/pdf/employment/educationintern.pdf

Description: The Boston Athenæum seeks a motivated Education Intern who will support the work and the growth of the Education Department. The intern will develop important informational materials for the operation and will report to the Director of Education.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Develops content for the Athenæum’s iPhone app
  • Develops interpretive materials for visitors to the Athenæum’s first floor
  • Supports docent training
  • Develops and leads gallery programming for Athenæum members and visitors
  • Works shifts at the visitor services desk to welcome Athenæum members and visitors
  • Contributes to a culture of collaboration between colleagues in education, events, curatorial, reader services, and visitor services
  • Performs all other duties as assigned

To Apply  Please send a cover letter and a resume, and the names and contact information of two references to hrvisitorservices@bostonathenaeum.org.

Website: http://www.bostonathenaeum.org/about/employment/internships http://www.bostonathenaeum.org/sites/default/files/pdf/catalog_intern.pdf

Deadline: Unspecified

2018 Summer Learning Facilitator Interns – California

Approximate date of posting November 21, 2018

 Position: Learning Facilitator Interns 

Eligibility These positions are designed to support college-aged students and recent graduates in better understanding the opportunities available in working with youth, in education, and in public service.

Location: San Mateo County, California

Location: BLIS Learning Facilitator Interns will be assigned to work at one of seven learning camps with children who will be entering kindergarten, first, or second grade in the fall. The camps are located in South San Francisco, Daly City, Half Moon Bay, Pescadero, East Palo Alto, Fair Oaks and San Bruno.

Company/Organization  San Mateo County Libraries

San Mateo County Libraries is seeking qualified college students for the position of Big Lift Inspiring Summers (BLIS) Learning Facilitator Intern .

 

Schedule/Hours   Part of Full-Time [30 hours per week: 5.5 hours Monday-Thursday; 8 hours every Friday] or full-time [40 hours per week: 8 hours Monday-Friday].

Time Frame  Part of  Full-time 7 week internship – This 7 week internship begins with a required 10 day training, and will then continue with a 5 week assignment in one of our learning camps

Compensation: $16.00 – $22.00 hourly

Source Indeed

Description:

Learning Facilitators will be responsible for leading implementation of our cutting-edge curriculum developed with the Center for Childhood Creativity and for collaborating with the other staff in their classroom. Learning Facilitators will be responsible for establishing and maintaining an environment that embraces the growth mindset, actively facilitates open-ended, child directed projects with children, and looks for every opportunity to embrace and incorporate youth creativity.

Summer Learning Camps: The camps serve children reading below grade level in areas where the majority of youth qualify for free or reduced lunch. Full day camps build 21st century skills through hands-on learning experiences. Staff working intensively with enrolled youth will have the opportunity to make our community a stronger, healthier, and more equitable place. These summer learning experiences are a critical part of our County’s strategy of dramatically reducing the number of youth who cannot read on grade level in 3rd grade. If you can’t read proficiently in 3rd grade, you are at significant risk for a number of troubling outcomes, outcomes that disproportionately affect youth of color and socioeconomically disadvantaged youth. Help us change the world by inspiring youth with your love of learning, warmth, and by igniting problem-solving. You can help us change how children think of themselves–let’s end the summer together with confident youth who will have had the benefit of high quality, cutting-edge learning experiences with caring and passionate adults.

How to Apply Applications for this position will only be accepted online. If you are currently on the County’s website, you may click the “Apply” button above or below. If you are not on the County’s website, please go to http://www.smcgov.org/hr/jobs

POC:

Website:  http://jobs.smcgov.org/san-mateo-county-libraries-big-lift-inspiring-summers-blis-learning-facilitator-intern/job/7460131

Deadline: Final Filing Date: February 15, 2018 
Interviews: TBD

2018 Winter/Spring Archives Intern- Mass.

Approximate Date of Posting: 11/18/2017

Position: Archives Intern

Eligibility

Graduate student
Course work in archives or museum studies

Experience with digital photography

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Company/Organization Museum of Science

The Museum of Science Archives Department is responsible for collecting, organizing and preserving the permanent collection of records which documents the Museum’s history, activities, staff and the Boston Society of Natural History and to promote and make the collection accessible to staff and researchers.

Schedule/Hours: 7-14 hours/week, flexible within Monday-Friday 9-5 timeframe

Time Frame:  Witner/Spring 2018

Compensation $11.00 & $11.25 hourly

Intern benefits include free parking in the Museum garage, close proximity to the Green Line, free admission, discounts in the Museum store and café and much more!

Intern benefits include free parking in the Museum garage, close proximity to the Green Line, free admission, discounts in the Museum store and café and much more!

Source: Indeed

Description:

The Museum of Science Archives provides a unique experience for interns to witness the creation of an archival program from the ground-up: developing policies, building partnerships, and defining the scope and goal of the Archives collection

Interns assist with collection stewardship through inventory and accessioning projects, digitization, and preservation tasks like rehousing and disaster preparedness. Interns will work with other Archives staff to identify challenges and discuss both short-term and long-term solutions for making the Museum of Science collections more accessible. Collection materials include paper, photographs, and bound items, artwork, and media formats. Interns are instructed in preservation and arrangement best practices, as well as Museum standards of professional behavior and service. This internship provides opportunities for students to build upon existing skills and interests, and introduce them to more hands-on work with historic collections

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Create inventories of materials and track locations
  • Rehouse fragile materials in appropriate enclosures
  • Transcribe historic records and extract data from collection materials
  • Research collections and related figures to enrich reference capabilities
  • Process archival records

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Graduate student
  • Course work in archives, library sciences, or museum studies
  • Database experience
  • Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail and accuracy
  • Excellent reading and writing skills
  • Excellent handwriting
  • Ability to work independently

LENGTH OF INTERNSHIP:
Winter/Spring 2018

WORK SCHEDULE:
7-14 hours/week, flexible within Monday-Friday 8 – 4 timeframe

STARTING SALARY:
Unpaid and/or for course credit OR Between $11.00 & $11.25 hourly

BENEFITS:
Intern benefits include free parking in the Museum garage, close proximity to the Green Line, free admission, discounts in the Museum store and café and much more!

The Museum of Science is fully committed to Equal Employment Opportunity and to attracting, retaining, developing and promoting the most qualified employees without regard to their race, gender, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship status, veteran status, or any other characteristic prohibited by federal, state or local law. We are dedicated to providing a work environment free from discrimination and harassment, and where employees are treated with respect and dignity.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conduct inventories of materials and update locations
Rehouse fragile materials in appropriate enclosures
Transcribe historic records and extract data from collection materials

Research collections and related figures to enrich reference capabilities

Process archival records

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
Graduate student
Course work in archives, library sciences, or museum studies
Database experience
Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail and accuracy Ability to work independently

Website www.mos.org

How to Apply jobs@mos.org.

2018 Spring/Summer Library Intern (Music)- AZ

Approximate date of posting November 21, 2018

 Position: Orchestra Library Intern

Eligibility  
§ Basic knowledge of music theory, history, and terminology § Basic knowledge of orchestral repertoire § Musical performance background preferred § Neat, organized, and an eye for detail § Should be able to work in a fast paced and deadline oriented environmen

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Company/Organization  The Phoenix Symphony is seeking a Library Intern to assist the library staff. This person will assist the Head Librarian in music preparation, filling musicians’ requests, and provide support during rehearsals and concerts.

Schedule/Hours  commit to 5-10 hours per week. Hours are flexible, but afternoon availability is preferred.

Time Frame The ideal applicant would be available for two semesters and

Compensation: Benefits include a $500 stipend available at the end of each semester, paid parking and free tickets to concerts.

Source Indeed

Description: 

Job Duties: 

§ Assist with preparation of parts – marking bowings, cuts, edits, copying, and repairs § Assist in maintenance of catalog and collection § Assist with concert duty as needed § Other duties as assigned

Requirements: 

§ Basic knowledge of music theory, history, and terminology § Basic knowledge of orchestral repertoire § Musical performance background preferred § Neat, organized, and an eye for detail § Should be able to work in a fast paced and deadline oriented environment § Ability to lift boxes of music weighing 25-50 lbs is ideal

How to Apply Interested persons should email resume and letter of interest to:tpscareers@phoenixsymphony.org.

Website: Unspecified Due to the volume of candidates only top candidates will be contacted for phone or in person interviews.

Deadline: Unspecified

2018-2020 3- yr Student Success Resident Librarian-TX

Approximate date of posting November 16, 2017

 Position: Residency –Research and Education Services

Eligibility MLS or equivalent from an ALA accredited program. Degree must be received by date of hire.

Location: San Antonio Texas

Company/Organization  University of Texas San Antonio

The University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries seeks an outgoing, energetic Student Success Resident Librarian to provide instruction, research and outreach services to first‐ and second‐ year students of diverse socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic and academic backgrounds. This entry‐ level position will develop and implement fresh ideas and new directions for a library instruction and assessment program focused on undergraduates’ academic success and retention.

The successful candidate will enjoy teaching and engaging with students. As a social connector, the Student Success librarian will foster undergraduates’ sense of belonging and inclusion, collaborating with diverse UTSA student organizations and services and participating in outreach programs across campus.

Schedule/Hours  Full-Time

Time Frame three years from date of hire.

Compensation: $43,104/annualized; flexible depending on experience

* This position is eligible for relocation reimbursement of up to 10% of the approved annualized salary for a candidate who meets distance test criteria. Relocation reimbursements are paid according to university guidelines.

Source acrl-rig-request@lists.ala.org

Description:

Experience using active and experiential learning methods in a higher education setting.

Demonstrated ability to build professional relationships among diverse constituencies.

Description of Job Duties

Provides instruction, research and outreach services to first- and second-year students of diverse socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic and academic backgrounds. Develops and implements fresh ideas and new directions for an information literacy instruction and assessment program focused on undergraduates’ academic success and their retention.

Teaches research and information literacy skills to first- and second-year undergraduate students. Collaborates with librarians, course instructors, and university partners to develop course-related library instruction, web-based tutorials, and guides, focusing on building foundational research skills needed for academic success.

Fosters undergraduates’ sense of belonging and inclusion, collaborating with diverse UTSA student services and organizations. Plans and participates in student engagement programs and outreach activities across campus.

Maintains current knowledge of curriculum, academic success and retention programs, academic goals of faculty, and scholarly needs of diverse students. Partners with the first-year Writing and Pathways programs.

Builds partnerships with student support units, raising awareness about the ways the library can help students achieve academic success and persist at school.

Assesses library instruction and outreach programs for the first- and second-year undergraduate students.

Provides research assistance to students, faculty, and staff via chat, email, phone, and in person.

Periodic:

Serves on library and university committees and task forces.

Participates in usability studies and focus groups to better understand the needs and behaviors of first- and second-year students.

Writes reports.

Attends appropriate conferences and training sessions in area of specialization.

May represent UTSA at local, regional and national meetings.

How to Apply online application, access the UTSA, Human Resources, STARS, website athttps://jobs.utsa.edu.

Website: https://jobs.utsa.edu/postings/7955

2018 Knowledge Management Specialist Intern

Approximate date of posting  November 17, 2017

 Position:  2018 Knowledge Management Specialist Intern

Eligibility  A senior or graduate from the Library and Information Science school would be a great fit.

Location: Burlington, MA

Company/Organization  Linkage, Inc

Schedule/Hours Unspecified

Time Frame Unspecified

Compensation: paid

Source Indeed

Description: Linkage has substantial digital assets including collections of workshops and presentations that have accumulated over a 25 year period. Help design and implement a knowledge management system to curate intellectual capital. This project will involve analyzing the current infrastructure of the digital filing system and determining the next steps for improvement.

This role will be designing and developing the technical foundation and digital repository to support the management, preservation, storage, and ease of retrieval of our resources. We also need assistance in setting policies, procedures, and prioritization for the creation of new content going forward. The goal is a modernization and simplification of our current system.  The candidate should have an in-depth knowledge of content libraries with the ability/confidence to create and teach us about the best system that would fit our needs.

How to Apply  https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Linkage/jobs/Knowledge-Management-Specialist-0645af5fd59d94ec?sjdu=QwrRXKrqZ3CNX5W-O9jEvW9LthPS1Y1Lbkd77TgtP8RKaDjlmzNcQxpxjJfGu2Lu5bjCxze36Fe9S9zuiMjQDnUSK4CNtDUaT5169_ZofKdcFGcBahEUQnOt5IAMbqSC

Website: http://www.linkageinc.com/

Deadline: Unspecified