2019 Summer Video Archiving & Digitization Intern-NY

Approximate Date of Posting: 03/28/2019

Position: DC Public Information- Video Production Unit/ Training Communications 

Eligibility/Education and Experience Requirements: Must be a graduate student in Archives/Records Management/Library Science or Video Production.

Location: Brooklyn, New York

Company/Organization: New York City POLICE DEPARTMENT-The mission of the New York City Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in New York City by working in partnership with the community to enforce the law, preserve peace, protect the people, reduce fear, and maintain order. The NYPD strives to foster a safe and fair city by incorporating Neighborhood Policing into all facets of Department operations, and solve the problems that create crime and disorder through an interdependent relationship between the people and its police, and by pioneering strategic innovation.

Compensation:            $     15.93 – $     24.73 (Hourly)

Schedule/Hours: Full-time

Time Frame: 13 weeks between May and September 2019. 

Source: Direct

Position Description: Intern will assist in the ongoing management and archiving of VPU video records, conducting inventories of video assets, digitalization of analog video. Intern will assist with descriptive cataloging, file management and digital preservation.:

How/Where to Apply: SUMMER GRADUATE INTERN – 387530  Posting #SGI-1915


Deadline: POST UNTIL:05/31/2019


2019 Summer Library Intern-OR

Approximate Date of Posting: March 28, 2019

Position: Health Sciences Library Internship

Eligibility/Education and Experience Requirements:

Location: Portland, Oregon

Company/Organization: Kaiser Permanente NW

Website: https://www.kaiserpermanentejobs.org/job/portland/kpnw-regional-graduate-intern/641/11077289

Schedule/Hours: Full-Time

Time Frame: June 10th and ending August 16th

Compensation: Paid

Source: sils-jobs@listserv.unc.edu

Position Description:

Major Tasks and Responsibilities:

Outreach: develop and deliver programming in collaboration with the library team to promote awareness of consumer health resources to the community. 

·       Staffing the libraries:  answering ready reference questions in person, online and on the phone, directing volunteers, instructing library users on basic computer skills, library policies and use of library resources. 

·       Reference training:  work with librarians to learn functionality of databases, search strategies and overall reference process in a clinical setting. 

·       Providing materials:  circulating print materials and working with the Library Coordinator to support Interlibrary Loan processes. 

·       Reporting:  tracking transaction statistics and other data driven projects as needed 

·       Collection management (print collections) 

·       Committee participation:  weekly department huddles, library goal planning, national kpLibraries committees. 

Abilities, Skills, and Knowledge:  Interest in Health Science libraries  

·       Strong Customer Service skills 

·       Strong written and verbal communication skills  

·       Technology skills: use and familiarity with troubleshooting Microsoft products, ability to learn new technologies 

·       Ability to work in a collaborative team environment 

·       Can work independently  

·       Project Management skills 

·       Attention to detail 

How/Where to Apply: https://www.kaiserpermanentejobs.org/job/portland/kpnw-regional-graduate-intern/641/11077289  

This link is a general graduate internship announcement – please apply through this link, referencing the position description below.

POC. Loree Hyde, MLIS

Regional Manager, Kaiser Permanente Library Services Northwest

Deadline: April 1st , 2019.

-2019 summer -Library Resources Intern-CA

Approximate Date of Posting: March 28, 2019

 Position: Library Resources Intern


  • Currently enrolled in Interior Design program

Location: San Jose, California

Company/Organization   Gensler

Gensler is a global design firm, with 47 offices and over 5,000 employees worldwide. Gensler helps clients succeed by focusing on the needs of the people they serve, whether they are employees, customers, sports fans, students, passengers or guests. Founded in 1965, Gensler has deep expertise in design and architecture across 22 practices, including commercial office buildings, professional services, retail, aviation, planning and urban design, entertainment and hospitality, sports stadium and education facilities. The firm also holds practices focusing on brand strategy, environmental graphic design, mission-critical facilities, and has recently invested in consulting for real estate workplace and sustainable design

Schedule/Hours:  available 20 hours per week, Monday – Friday.

Time Frame: May and will continue through August 2019. You must be available for the entire duration of the program.

Compensation Paid

Source: Indeed


  • Maintain and put away samples in the Resource Library.
  • Monitor sample inventory and reorder as depleted.
  • Monitor incoming samples and put them away in corresponding area.
  • Coordinate sample pickups with vendors.
  • Keep the Resource Library tidy and organized.
  • Assist Designers with sample ordering and returns.
  • Assist project teams with requests
  • Help with set up and breakdown of vendor presentations

You must meet the following criteria to be considered:

  • Good computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook)
  • Must be able to determine priorities, multi-task, and exhibit a high level of initiative and follow-through.
  • Ability to interact professionally with all levels of staff within the firm, clients and vendors.

How to Apply: Submit an online application on Gensler.com/careers, including a resume and cover letter that outlines your academic and work experience relevant to our industry and this position.



Deadline: April 16, 2019.

2019-2022 Digitization and Preservation Intern-VA

Approximate date of posting  March 26, 2019

Position: Historic Archival Digitization and Preservation Internship

Eligibility Unspecified

Location: Falls Church, VA 

Company/Organization  National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia The League has amassed an incredibly significant and diverse collection of historic data and artifacts since the organization’s founding in 1970. Many of these items must be digitized to facilitate access when released to the public, as well as to provide opportunity for long-term preservation.

Schedule/Hours &Time Frame: Position will be 20-35 hours/week (summer) and at least 20 hrs/week (spring and winter) for the duration of the project, approximately till December 2022. Semester-length internships are anticipated and, if asked to return, there is potential for a part-time paid position.

Source https://archivesgig.com/2019/03/26/falls-church-va-digitization-preservation-intern-natl-league-of-families-of-american-prisoners-missing-in-se-asia/

Description The Intern’s responsibilities will revolve around the following task established as part of the workflow process of the Historic Archival and Preservation Project:

Assist in preparation of existing materials for transportation to the vendor (includes basic box preparation and development of basic metadata requirements);
• Handling digitized historical records received from the League’s digitization vendors according to the established workflow process.
• Working with the League’s new archival database software to further assigning tags and names accurately and in accordance with established parameters.
• Work as a part of a team in collaboration with the office employees and vendors.
• Record and report progress, measuring against established expectations and goals.
• Conduct research as requested and deemed necessary.

. OPTIONAL: There will also be an associated project of the intern’s choosing related to these efforts, such as conducting research into the contextual baseline of the materials and writing an article, developing an oral history project associated with project’s contents, or any such project relevant to the intern’s educational benefit.

Depending on intern’s qualifications, other tasks will revolve around varied aspects of running a non-profit, charitable office, including communication with U.S. and foreign officials, the media, the public and family members regarding issues impacting or concerning America’s POW/MIAs from the Vietnam War.  Intern will assist the CEO as needed, including research to support policy objectives, and monitoring the status of executive and legislative initiatives.  He/she may be assigned to attend briefings at the Departments of Defense, State or Veterans’ Affairs when deemed appropriate. Intern may be asked to represent the League at various functions.

Apply Website: To apply, please send a cover letter and your resume to Darya Barmina Mills, darya.mills@pow-miafamilies.org

Deadline: Unspecified

2019 Summer Archive Internship-MI

Approximate date of posting March 28, 2019

Position: Preference will be given to applicants currently enrolled in or recent graduates of (within six months) a graduate archival studies program, but consideration may be given for equivalent education and experience.

Location: Houghton, Michigan

Company/Organization  The Michigan Technological University Archives and Copper Country Historical Collections, a department within the J. Robert Van Pelt and John and Ruanne Opie Library at Michigan Technological University,  http://www.mtu.edu/library/archives/

The archives provides a high level of service to scholars, students and a wide range of walk-in visitors and global patrons through virtual reference. Summer services are fast-paced and we see an increase in visitors, especially through our role as part of the Keweenaw Heritage Site network, a partnership with the Keweenaw National Historical Park. Areas of emphasis include manuscripts, maps, print and digital images which document the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan’s Western Upper Peninsula (U.P.) and university history.

Schedule/Hours  35 hour per week, part-time 

Time Frame 7 weeks preferred start date for the internship is July 1, 2019 

Compensation: stipend up to $5,000

Source: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/91473628/posts/2221808926

Description:. The intern selected will receive experience in both public service and collections handling. The intern will assist in day-to-day reference activities, including greeting and assisting researchers, retrieving and shelving collections, and assisting university and community patrons with use of materials and equipment. The intern will also gain experience in organizing, describing and processing archival collections.

Website: https://blogs.mtu.edu/archives/2019/03/27/michigan-tech-archives-seeking-graduate-intern-for-summer-2019/?fbclid=IwAR3AvaetkcsHcWtzsESHGWe0Mn2F1WQ0RT_xz2RogjaiH6skuK3n3B3JxjQHow to Apply: submit your cover letter and resume to:

POC: Lindsay Hiltunen, University Archivist
Michigan Technological University Archives and Copper Country Historical Collections
Van Pelt and Opie Library
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, MI 49931
(906) 487-2505

Deadline: April 19, 2019 .

2019 Spring-Summer Archives Intern-NY

Approximate date of posting March 26, 2019

Position: Archives Intern

  • Eligibility Current library and information science graduate student, preferably with a specialization in archives
  • Location:  New York, New York
Company/Organization Nathan Marsh Pusey Library- The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (“Foundation”) is a not-for-profit, grantmaking organization that seeks to strengthen, promote, and, where necessary, defend the contributions of the humanities and the arts to human flourishing and to the well-being of diverse and democratic societies.  It makes grants in four core program areas (higher education and scholarship in the humanities; arts and cultural heritage; scholarly communications; and international higher education and strategic projects).

Schedule/Hours  full-time

Time Frame: 3-month

Source https://archivesgig.com/2019/03/26/new-york-ny-archives-intern-andrew-w-mellon-foundation/

Description Working within the Foundation’s library, the intern will gain experience in archival arrangement and description by processing a set of organizational records, and will use tools such as ArchivesSpace to support this work.  The intern will also have the opportunity to engage in historical research and develop educational material for staff outreach, as well as assist in digital preservation and records management initiatives.  This internship is ideal for a student seeking experience working with archives and records management in a nonprofit organization.


Apply Candidates should apply by submitting a thoughtful cover letter describing fit for the position together with a resume to https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=5cd5c82a-9265-495c-8abc-b4756df8f809&jobId=284424&lang=en_US&source=CC2&ccId=19000101_000001

Website: https://mellon.org/about/careers/archives-intern/

Deadline: Unspecified

Summer 2019 Archives Assistant-MA

Approximate date of posting  March 26, 2019

Position: Temporary Archives Assistant 

Eligibility •     Pursuing or recently completed MLS degree with Archives Management concentration

•           Prior processing experience using MPLP, preferably on large collections

•           Working knowledge of archival theory, arrangement and description, and metadata standards position is ideal for a current student who has already completed significant coursework, or a recent graduate seeking a transitional position

Location: Waltham, MA

Company/Organization  Bentley University

Schedule/Hours  Flexible schedule, approximately 20 hours per week

Time Frame: 3 month term, June – August 2019, start date flexible

Compensation: $15/hr,

Source https://archivesgig.com/2019/03/25/waltham-ma-temporary-archives-assistant-summer-2019-bentley-university/

Description The Bentley University Archives is seeking a temporary, part-time assistant to work with the University Archivist on a variety of processing tasks. Primarily, the Assistant will be responsible for physical processing of collections, including a large multimedia accession, and the creation of collection-level records to facilitate access. Other activities will include digitizing fragile media, completing reference requests, re-housing materials, and creating database records for various archival holdings. Since this is a small department, the Assistant will gain plenty of hands-on experience and will be involved in high-level decision making. The assistant should be highly organized, self-motivated, and have an affinity for multi-tasking.



  • Process physical collections using MPLP standards, and create collection-level records
  • Create metadata records for memorabilia and audio-visual materials
  • Prepare photographs and metadata for online presentation
  • Digitize audio-visual materials and create collection records
  • Manage off-site storage requests and re-housing of collections
  • Complete reference/research requests on an as-needed basis

Apply please submit a resume and a one-page letter of interest to Jaimie Fritz, University Archivist at jfritz@bentley.edu with the subject line “Graduate Assistant”. All documents should be sent as PDF or Microsoft Word attachments. No telephone inquiries, please. Interviews will begin immediately; applications accepted until position is filled. 

Website: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1m8l1w5vohm3cf5/Bentley%20U%20-%20Temporary%20Archives%20Assistant%20-%20Summer%202019.docx?dl=0

Deadline: Rolling

2019 Summer Corporate Archives- OH/KY

Approximate date of posting  March 22, 2019

Position: Archival Processing

Eligibility Students with a focus on archival studies, history or library and information science are strongly encouraged to apply. successful candidate is someone pursuing either an MLIS or archive-related degree with an interest in processing. History, English, Communications or related majors will also be considered

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio/Florence, Kentucky

Company/Organization  https://archivesgig.com/2019/01/23/quantico-va-paid-internship-marine-corps-history-division/

Schedule/Hours  Scheduling is flexible but work must be conducted between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday.

Time begin late May and conclude early August

Source Indeed

Description Processing will consist of identifying, organizing, cleaning, housing and cataloging archival materials. In addition to processing, select duties will be performed at the archivist’s discretion including, but not limited to, assistance with digitization projects, administrative operations and other related tasks as needed.

Apply Website: https://jobs-gaic.icims.com/jobs/24883/summer-intern—corporate-archive/job?mode=job&iis=Indeed.com&iisn=Indeed.com&mobile=false&width=940&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

Deadline: Unspecified

2019 Summer Archive Development Intern-WA

Approximate date of posting  March 22, 2019

Position: ST Art Program Archive Development Intern

Eligibility An undergraduate student entering their junior or senior year current college students in good academic standing, enrolled in an accredited four year university Bachelor’s Degree in Library Science, Arts Administration, Museum Studies (focus on Collections Management).

Demonstrated understanding and/or experience with archival practices, including cataloging and records management.

Demonstrated understanding of contemporary art practices and interest in public art.

Location: Seattle, WA

Company/Organization  Sound Transit has an exciting internship available for the summer of 2019! This is a great opportunity for currently enrolled undergraduate students who want to observe and participate in real world application of their current field of study. This opportunity will allow the intern to gain valuable experience within the Public Art Program – Architecture & Art division, under our Design Engineering & Construction Management department.

Schedule/Hours  Full-Time

Time Summer

Source Indeed

Description List potential projects that you may assign to the intern(s):

  • Review existing STart Program paper and digital collections records and project files;
  • Begin implementing STart archive retention strategies to address staff needs and conform with ST Document Control policies;
  • Research existing ST archival storage options, recommend storage locations and populate those data sites usincomprehensive archival practices;
  • Perform special information management projects as assigned.

Apply Website: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/SOU1036SOUND/JobBoard/dcc5dbea-875e-4cd1-bfd2-8e046cecc54f/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=ecaeb187-16eb-4275-a4b6-06c8729ed287&postingId=120bb441-70a9-4d08-b5f0-89618aebabd7&utm_source=Indeed&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=Indeed

Deadline: Unspecified