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



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.



Deadline: Unspecified


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Library and Archives Interns

Approximate Date of Posting December 15,  2017

 Position Archival Arrangement, Preservation, and Description, Cataloging and Metadata, Collection Development, Digital Projects, Reference:

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

Company/Organization  Rock Hall Library & Archives

Schedule/Hours 16 or more hours a week, (up to 40 hours a week during the summer); Flexible work schedules

Time Frame minimum of 8 weeks.

Compensation: Unpaid

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Internships are offered in the following areas:

Archival Arrangement, Preservation, and Description

This internship provides the opportunity for a student to participate in archival processing and preservation work, such as inventorying, arranging and describing archival collections, entering data into an archival management system, helping to create an institutional disaster plan, and performing basic preservation work on document-based collections.

Cataloging and Metadata

This internship provides the opportunity for a student to work on projects to create and enhance bibliographic records in a library catalog and/or create metadata for digital collections. Such work may entail assigning subject and name access points, preparing descriptive summaries, and reviewing catalog records for accuracy.

Collection Development

This internship provides an opportunity for a student to participate in collection development activities in a music research library. Such work includes evaluating current materials and making recommendations for future additions to the collection. The student will gain an understanding of library users’ needs, the constraints of physical space, various resources and tools used in collection development, and the budgetary considerations required of such decisions.

Digital Projects

This internship provides the opportunity for a student to work in support of digitization initiatives to increase access to collections through digitization and website access. Possible assignments include scanning, entering and editing metadata in a digital asset management system, preparing technical and administrative documentation, testing digitization workflows, and assisting with interface design, usability studies, and related web development activities.


This internship provides the opportunity for a student to support the archivists and librarians on staff in response to research requests. Such work may include searching the online catalog, research databases, print reference sources, and archival collections for researchers at a distance, as well as staffing the Information Desk to assist researchers in person.


An intern must currently be enrolled in a college or graduate school program, preferably sophomore – senior status. This intern should have completed coursework related to: Archives, Library and Information Science, Public History, History, Museum Studies or equivalent. Should have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Internships are done on a volunteer basis. The Rock Hall does not offer compensation. Availability to work 16 or more hours a week, up to 40 hours a week during the summer, for a minimum of 8 weeks. Graduate students preferred. Intern must be available during the Monday to Friday 9 a.m to 5 p.m.


Basic understanding of archival arrangement and description


Skilled with computers and databases

Ability to work independently and collaboratively

Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.

Rock Hall Library & Archives Internships will be located at the Library & Archives location at 2809 Woodland Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115.

We offer:

Great work experience

Exciting Work Environment

Flexible work schedules

Discounts on Rock Hall merchandise

Free parking at the Library & Archives

Additional training, professional development and benefits during the summer session

Application Procedures

Please complete the following steps to apply for an internship with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame:

Prepare a cover letter and resume.

Include a letter of reference/recommendation from a professor in your field.*

Personal Statement – prepare a one-page summary describing what you hope to bring to the internship and what you hope to gain during the internship.

The letter of recommendation may be sent separately from the online application materials if necessary. Please submit to


Deadlines: The deadlines for the Library and Archives internships differ from the other internships based on various programs. The deadlines are:

Spring ;October 15

Summer; February 15

Fall ;June 15

Summer 2018-Public Library Interns-Alaska

Approximate date of posting December 14, 2017

 Position: 3 positions

Eligibility Have recently or are near completion of their Master’s degree in Library or Information Science 

Location:,  Petersburg,   or Anchorage,  Alaska

Company/Organization  The Alaska State Library 

Schedule/Hours Full-time

Time Frame 8 weeks ;Dates vary depending on Project  Spanning June 4 -August 24

Compensation: $4,000 stipend and free housing



  1. LibraryPetersburg Public Library

Project Title: Youth Collections Improvements

Project Dates: July 2, 2018 thru August 24, 2018

Project Summary: The intern will implement a major, coordinated revamping of the Petersburg Public Library’s youth collection. During this collection development project the intern will evaluate, weed, purchase and possibly reclassify picture books, non-fiction and fiction collections in the library’s children’s room. The outcome of the project will be a cohesive and consistent approach to classification and a streamlined, browsable collection.


  1. Location:Anchorage, Alaska

Library: Anchorage Public Library

Project Title: Community Study

Project Dates: June 4, 2018 thru July 27, 2018

Project Summary: During this project the intern will be conducting a community study which will help the Anchorage Public Library better tailor services provided by each branch, define the specific needs of Anchorage residents who do not live near a branch library, and prepare the groundwork for an upcoming strategic plan.


  1. Location:Anchorage, Alaska

Library: Anchorage Public Library

Project Title: Expanding Services to the Business and Entrepreneurial Community

Project Dates: June 4, 2018 thru July 27, 2018

Project Summary: During this project the intern will help build curriculum that would be of use to those thinking of starting a small business and develop presentations for the business community.  The intern will develop curriculum for presentations/teach at the library based on databases and web sources, augment website to promote business resources and determine a best practice model of providing library services to business by researching services offered by other libraries.

How to Apply

All candidates will be required to:

  • Provide a current resume
  • Provide a copy of unofficial transcripts
  • Two letters of recommendation; one must be an academic recommendation
  • Provide a one page cover letter explaining why you are applying for an internship, what you hope to learn from the experience and how this experience fits into your future professional plans

Send all of the the above items in one email to

In the email subject line, enter: Internship application for [your name].

POC: Send all of the above items in one email to

In the email subject line, enter: Internship application for [your name].


Deadline: February 15, 2018

Summer 2018 Professional Development Internship-D.C

Approximate date of posting December 13, 2017

 Position:  Professional Development Internship

Eligibility current library and information science students at the graduate level or those who have graduated in the past six months.

Some prior knowledge of the major movements in 20th and 21st century art is preferred. Knowledge of additional world languages is useful but not required. The ability to focus on detailed work and perform fine motor skills is necessary.

Location: Washington, D.C.

Company/Organization  Smithsonian; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Library

The Smithsonian Institution Libraries’ artists’ files are an exceptional resource for art historical research. Researchers rely on artist files to establish chronologies, flesh out exhibition histories, review stylistic developments, and assess the critical reception of artists over time. These valued and heavily used resources contain items of an ephemeral nature such as small catalogs, brochures, and announcements, many including illustrations. Often these files are the only obtainable sources of critical documentation about well-established artists, as well as lesser known, emerging, and regional artists. The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Library holds more than 41 file drawers on over 2,000 artists, art institutions, and collectors of modern and contemporary art

Schedule/Hours  full time- 35 hours per week

Time Frame six weeks

Compensation: $500 per week, which is awarded to the student as a stipend.


Description: This internship project consists of evaluating the existing folder content for retention and deaccession; updating the physical housing of the collection to current archival standards; reorganizing and relabeling folder content according to best practices established by the Art Libraries Society of North America’s Artist File Special Interest Group; and reconciling collection holdings in the Smithsonian Libraries’ Art & Artist Files Database. The intern will also develop at least one social media story and blog post to highlight the collection, the content of which could be focused on one or more objects or artists, or thematic.

The student will learn library and archival best practices for the physical maintenance and day-to-day processing and arranging of numerous and varied items found in special ephemeral collections. The student will develop knowledge of artists, stylistic developments, and chronologies in modern and contemporary art. The student will gain practice in researching and writing about art topics, and learn about issues of copyright and attribution.

How to Apply All applications must be submitted through the Smithsonian Online Academic Appointment system: . Applicants should be sure to choose “Smithsonian Institution Libraries” as the unit, “Smithsonian Institution Libraries Professional Development Internship” as the program, and then select the two projects that most interest them.


Deadline: February 2nd, 2018.

2018 Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program

Approximate Date of Posting: December 12, 2017

Position: Multiple: See Below


Applicants must be U. S. citizens who are currently enrolled in a degree-granting program of study at an accredited institution of higher learning at the undergraduate level (college, university, or tribal college), or graduate level, who have graduated in the months of December 2017 – June 2018.

Location: Library of Congress/Washington, D.C.

Schedule/Hours : Full-Time 

Time Frame:  MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR FULL TEN WEEK PERIOD at $450 per week, from June 4 through August 10, 2018. (NO EXCEPTIONS)

Compensation: $450.00 per week NTE $4500.00

Source: USA JOBS

Description: 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.


This program offers undergraduate and graduate students insights into the environment and culture of the world’s largest and most comprehensive repository of human knowledge. Interns will be exposed to a broad spectrum of library work: copyright, preservation, reference, access standards, and information management. Interns inventory, catalog, arrange, preserve, and research a backlog of copyright or special collections in many different formats in various divisions, and assist with digital preservation outreach activities throughout the Library. Near the end of their appointment at the Library, the interns join together to present a one-day display of historically significant Library collections and information discovered through research conducted in the course of their work. The display is open to members of Congress, Library staff, and the press and is always an eagerly anticipated event.

The project names for 2018 are listed below. For full project descriptions and list of required skills/knowledge for each project, applicants must review the information at: prior to applying.

2018 Projects:
#01 – Podcast Development and Archive Management (National and International Outreach, Poetry and Literature Center)
#02 – Literary Story Maps (National and International Outreach, Center for the Book)
#03 – Primary-Source Baseball History (National and International Outreach, Educational Outreach)
#04 – Digital Scholarship Workshop (National and International Outreach, Kluge Center, National Digital Initiatives)
#05 – Library of Congress Digital Labs (National and International Outreach, National Digital Initiatives)

#06 – National Book Festival Project (National and International Outreach, National Programs)

#07 – Exploring Library’s Collections through Web Browser Extensions (Librarian’s Office, Office of Communications)

#08 – Constitution Education and Research (Congressional Research Services)

#09 – CRS Video for Congress: Get to know CRS (Congressional Research Services)

#10 – Hispanic Legal Documents Project (Law Library)

#11 – Copyright Archival Records (Copyright Office)

#12 – St. Mark’s Poetry Project Archive (Library Services, Rare Book and Special Collections Division)

#13 – Copyright Deposit Collection (1870-1897) (Library Services, Rare Book and Special Collections Division)

#14 – Mapping Marvels (Library Services) (Science, Technology and Business Division) (Science Reference Section)

#15 – Treasure Hunting- Biodiversity (Library Services, Science, Technology and Business Division)

#16 – Hauslaub-Liechtenstein Inventory and Research (Library Services, Geography and Map Division)

#17 – Carvalho Monteiro’s Collection (Library Services)

#18 – Miniature Book Collection (Library Services)

#19 – VHP Archives and Reference Project (Library Services, Veterans History Project)

#20 – Recorded Sound Collection (Library Services, Recorded Sound Section)

#21 – Voices of the Great Migration Project (Recorded Sound Section)

#22 – Hebrew and Yiddish Periodicals (Library Services, Hebraic Section)

#23 – North Korean Serials (Library Services, Asian Division)

#24 – Pre-War Japanese Serials (Library Services) (Asian Division)

#25 – Collation of Ethiopian/Eritrean News (Library Services, African and Middle East Division)

#26 – Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (Library Services, Hispanic Division)

#27 – Local History and Genealogy Hispanic Sources (Library Services, Main Reading Room)

#28 – Stravinsky/Craft Collection (Library Services, Music Division)

#29 – Martha Graham Legacy Project (Library Services, Music Division)

#30 – Indigenous Law Portal: Peru, South America (Library Services, Policy and Standards Division)

#31 – French and Italian Collections Project (Library Services, Benelux, France and Italy Section)

#32 – Korab Architectural Photographic Archive (Library Services, Prints and Photographs Division)

#33 – Glass Composition (Library Services, Preservation Research & Testing Division)

#34 – Photographic Maps of the Civil War (Library Services, Conservation Division)

#35 – Mary Wolfskill Trust Fund Internship/ Elizabeth Pryor Trust Fund Internship (filling two positions) (Library Services, Manuscript Division)

Job Requirements

Key Requirements

  • All projects require basic knowledge of Microsoft Office programs.
  • MUST be first time participant in the Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program.
  • Program participants from previous years not eligible to reapply.


  1. Successful completion of at least one year of college education.2. MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR FULL TEN WEEK PERIOD at $450 per week, from May 30 through August 4, 2017. (NO EXCEPTIONS)

    3. Appointment/retention is subject to a favorable evaluation of a personnel security/suitability investigation.

    4. Resume (either uploaded or created using the Resume Builder).

    5. Completed Form OF-306 (Declaration for Federal Employment) available at You must use the October 2011 version of this form. The form must be filled out completely, signed legibly and dated in ink. Incomplete OF-306 forms will not be accepted. Scan and upload the signed form and submit the form at the time of application.

    6. Latest transcript from the current or most recently attended college or university. Unofficial copy acceptable.

    7. Cover letter stating professional objectives and relevant professional skills; include language abilities if relevant. The cover letter should clearly identify your top 3 project choices and why you have chosen them.

    8. Two (2) letters of recommendation, attesting to the applicant’s proficiency, skills, work ethic, reliability, quality of work, and capacity to work on teams. The letters must be from either: academic advisors or professors, previous employers, or college/university work-study supervisors.

    Letters of recommendation must be emailed by 11:59pm (Eastern Time), Friday, January 26, 2018, by recommending individuals only from their own email accounts. Letters should be sent to with the subject line “Recommendation letter for [Full name of applicant/student]”.

    For all documents except letters of recommendation, you should follow the steps for submitting documents found below in step 5 of the “How to Apply” section.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Once selected and hired for the internship, every effort will be made to accommodate project selections. Due to the popularity of some areas of interest, preferred project placement cannot be guaranteed. All project areas may not be available at the time applicants are selected and others may be added. Applicants should be sure to indicate three project areas of interest within their applications.


Deadline: January 26, 2018

2018-Geological Survey Library Internship-FL

Approximate date of posting December 12, 2017

 Position: geoscience library intern

  • Eligibility Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited college or university.
  • Non-students may be considered on a case-by-case basis; however, a background in library science majors is required (with a degree being preferred).

Location: Tallahassee, FLorida

Company/Organization  Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Schedule/Hours  10 – 20 hours

Time Frame  TBD

Compensation: Unspecified


Description: The Florida Geological Survey has several opportunities for interns.  We maintain a full geoscience library as well as a sample repository.  The library maintains several reference databases, fulfills interlibrary loan requests, and serves the public in informational queries.  In addition, the FGS is continuously working on data and information preservation, converting analog formats to digital and maintaining a database of geologic information for our samples and documents.

How to Apply

POC: Michelle M.L. Ladle or Alan Baker


Deadline: Unspecified

Ensemble Librarian /Intern-NC

Approximate date of posting December 13, 2017

 Position: Assistant Ensemble Librarian

Eligibility Previous music library experience is strongly preferred.  Ability to read music is required.

Location: Brevard, North Carolina

Company/Organization  Brevard Music Center


Time Frame June 7 – August 7, 2018

  • Compensation: Includes a season stipend paid bi-weekly, full board, and on-campus housing.

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The Assistant Librarian reports to the Head Librarian and provides general assistance in the overall operation of the library. Responsibilities will include (but not be limited to), serving as librarian for assigned ensemble(s), editing and marking of parts, distribution and collection of parts, preparation of performance folders, photocopying, rehearsal / concert duty, and assisting in library operations.

Music Preparation

  • Assist in all aspects of music preparation, including but not limited to editing, proofreading, marking parts, and distribution.
  • Work with Head Librarian to insure that orchestra parts meet acceptable standards; parts must be legible and must show appropriate rehearsal letters, numbers, and measure numbers.
  • Ensure that there are enough parts.
  • Ensure that markings in parts agree with the conductor’s score and the players’ parts.
  • Assemble and arrange music in orchestra folders.
  • Provide study parts and scores for musicians as appropriate and reasonable.
  • Prepare music for BMC chamber groups.

Concert / Rehearsal Duties

  • Ensure that all musicians have music. Distribute and collect music. Transport folders that have not been retrieved by musicians. Distribute folders at least 30 minutes before a service. Set conductor’s scores when necessary.
  • After each rehearsal consult with the conductor and string principals on possible bowing changes, mistakes to be corrected in the parts, poor page turns, etc.
  • Assist conductors and musicians with issues related to printed music.

Orchestra Library Maintenance and Administration

  • Assist in the maintenance of the Music center’s collection of scores and parts; repair and maintain music and folders.
  • As assigned by the Head Librarian: Catalog and file music purchased for the orchestra library, maintain accurate inventory, and ensure adequate security.
  • Track all items borrowed from the library, i.e., individual parts, scores, reference materials; insure their timely return.
  • Assist in the overseeing of student library workers.

How to Apply  Applications are made through email only

POC: Interested parties should send a cover letter, resume, and two letters of recommendation to:

Andrew W. Parker

Artistic Coordinator

Brevard Music Center


Deadline: February 1, 2018

2018 Winter-Spring- Archives Internship-WV

Approximate date of posting Dec 12, 2017

 Position: Archives Internships –two positions available

Eligibility Student or recent graduate in archives or closely related degree. Applicants must be enrolled students or have graduated within the past 12 months.

Location: Charles Town, WV

Company/Organization  National Park Service

NPS History Collection, Harpers Ferry Center,

Schedule/Hours  Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Full time (40 hours per week) preferred but a part time schedule may be possible.

Time Frame : Estimated start date is late January or February 2018, although there is some flexibility depending upon availability and course schedule. Internships must be completed by December 15, 2018.  *1100-1200 hours

Compensation: $15.00/hour


Description: Interns will work with NPS History Collection archivist to catalog c. 40 LF of records from former NPS Director Horace M. Albright. Interns will gain valuable experience surveying records, developing a processing plan, and conducting research, arrangement, description, and basic preservation work. Formats include paper records, photographs, lantern slides, scrapbooks and albums, and digital records. Training also provided in use of the Interior Collection Management System (ICMS) for cataloging.

How to Apply Applicants should submit a current resume, list of references (with contact information for references), and copy of college transcripts. All application materials should be sent via email to

POC: Nancy Russell


NPS History Collection

National Park Service

Harpers Ferry Center for Media Services

PO Box 50

Harpers Ferry WV, 25425-0050

Office Phone: (304) 535-6119

Work Cell: (240) 459-5260
Fax: (304) 535-6055



Deadline: must be received by midnight on December 15, 2017.

2018 Summer Internship- NY

Approximate Date of Posting: Dec 11, 2017

Eligibility: students must have completed at least their sophomore year and be enrolled in a bachelor’s or master’s degree program at a college or university during the internship, or have just graduated in May of the year of their internship

Position: Twenty internships will be awarded. (Library & Museum)

Intern positions for 2018 are available in the following fields:

Collections, Communications, Curatorial, Development, Digital Strategy, Education-Public Programs, Library Research, Library Manuscript Archives, Licensing & Sales, Multimedia, Photo Archives, and Special Events. Twenty internships will be awarded.


Frank and Peggy Steele Internship at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

The chance to spend the summer in Cooperstown is every baseball fan’s dream. For college students aspiring to land a once-in-a-lifetime summer experience in the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s 2018 internship program.

The 2018 Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program for Youth Leadership Development will provide students the chance to join the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum team in a 10-week paid summer internship, offering meaningful, hands-on training in numerous professional career fields for those who are chosen from the hundreds of applications received in Cooperstown each year.

Location: Cooperstown, New York

Schedule/Hours Full-time 

Time Frame:   10 weeks June 4-August 10, 2017

Compensation: Stipend (bi-weekly, unspecified)



The Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program is a ten week experience that offers college students an opportunity to work alongside Museum and Library staff to gain hands-on professional training in a field that closely matches his/her major. Interns craft leadership and communication skills by attending career seminars hosted by Hall of Fame staff and community leaders and also by participating in thematic public speaking, research and writing assignments that directly relate to the fulfilling the mission of the organization. Departments including library research, curatorial, education, archives and collections management, development, multi-media and communications. In addition, interns learn and work in the company of baseball’s best-known personalities during the annual Hall of Fame Weekend and Induction Ceremony, held in Cooperstown each summer.


Interns in the collections department will be responsible for research, cataloging, digital photography, inventory, condition reporting, data-entry and rehousing of specific divisions of the permanent collection. Divisions of the collection include uniforms, caps, bats, baseballs, gloves, ballpark artifacts, personal artifacts, artwork, textiles, masks, shoes, plaques/trophies, tickets and cards. Each year, a different division of the museum collection is chosen as a primary focus for inventory, re-housing, condition reporting and digital photography. On-going artifact-based projects are also available subject to departmental needs and conservation recommendations.

One position available, graduate level preferred. Majors include Archaeology, Anthropology, Public History, Museum Studies or related major.

Library Technical Services

The intern in the Library Technical Services Department will be immersed in the multiple functions of the department. The Technical Services Department handles all incoming artifact donations to the Library collection and maintains permanent records for library materials. This involves accessioning of artifacts; acknowledging the generosity of the donor; generating Deeds of Gift for the donor’s signature; cataloging of these artifacts; and housing and shelving the donations in the appropriate climate controlled storage area. The department also manages the clipping files, as well as the books and periodicals collection.

One position available, undergraduate or graduate level. Majors include Library Science, History, or Information Management.

Library Research

The research department interns will be on the front lines in the day-to-day operations of a major specialized library. Primarily, they will assist patrons by providing research material and answering questions that come in person, by letter, fax, phone and e-mail.

Typical duties include, but are not limited to: Gathering materials for researchers and re-shelving those materials; maintaining the appointment calendar; creating digital resources for researchers and staff; collections management and inventory; writing original material, using primary and secondary sources materials, for Hall of Fame publications; assisting staff with fact-checking and editing; providing support during Hall of Fame and Hall of Fame Library events; and assisting staff with document conservation.

Previous library and/or archives experience is strongly preferred. Candidates should be customer service-oriented, flexible, and energetic in nature, interested in history and baseball research, have enthusiasm for learning, be well-organized, and possess an attention for detail. Writing and editing experience is a plus, particularly if baseball-related, though it is not necessary.

Two positions available, graduate level preferred. Majors in Library Science, Archival Science, Information Science, History, English or similar.


The selected intern will assist in the storytelling and archiving operations of the Hall of Fame and Museum. He/she will assist in coverage of our major summer events such as Induction Weekend and more. The Multimedia Intern will write, produce, shoot and edit content for the Hall of Fame’s social media outlets as well as complete stories/videos assigned by the multimedia staff.

The Multimedia Intern will also assist in the archiving and cataloging of various film, video and audio assets as the Museum moves forward in a large scale digitization process. The Multimedia intern will assist in various video shoots and audio productions serving as camera operator, video editor, lighting coordinator and audio recording operator as necessary and assigned.

Experience in writing for video, proper operation of digital cameras, an eye for great video and an ear for great stories and non-linear editing experience (Final Cut Pro, Adobe Creative Suite) preferred. Some experience in digitization, creation of metadata and operations of digital asset management systems preferred.

One position available, undergraduate preferred. Majors include film/video production, sports journalism

Photo Archives

The Photo Archive Intern will assist with day-to-day departmental responsibilities including arrangement and description of collections, basic preservation, creation of finding aids, digitization of material and creation of item level metadata in Pastime, the Baseball Hall of Fame’s new digital asset management system. Intern will also assist with research questions and processing photo orders.

The Photo Archives contains approximately 250,000 baseball images, dating from the 1860s to the present, with the bulk from the early 20th century. It includes images of baseball players and officials with a special emphasis on the Hall of Famer; group portraits of teams from different leagues; game action from the regular and post season; and other baseball related subjects such as stadiums, American baseball players on tours to other countries, and Hall of Fame events.

Candidates should have previous knowledge of/experience in arrangement and description of a collection; familiarity with EAD, MODS, Dublin Core, or other metadata standards and standardized vocabularies like LCSH; and a basic knowledge of imaging software like Adobe Photoshop. Experience working with photographic or digital collections is preferred.

One position available, graduate level preferred. Majors in Archival Studies, Public History preferred.


How to Apply: Apply online by completing the application and submitting a resume and cover letter.

Deadline: January 31, 2018

2018-2019 Research Internship -NC

Approximate date of posting Dec 12, 2017

 Position: Research Intern

Eligibility Undergraduate degree previously completed.  Enrolled in a master’s or PhD level program.  Doctoral student preferred.

Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Some onsite work in Chapel Hill, NC at the ABP’s offices.  Offsite work may be possible for many activities.

Company/Organization  American Board of Pediatrics

Under the supervision of the Research Program Manager, the Research Intern will help advance the Research Department at the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP).  The intern will assist with various projects the Research Department is currently developing, implementing, or administering.   This includes projects related to the ABP’s workforce initiative and its innovative assessment strategies, among others.


Schedule/Hours  Average 5-10 hours/week with flexible working schedule.  More hours may be available as time goes on.


Time Frame Jan 2018 – Jan 2019

Compensation: $18-20 per hour depending on qualifications




The intern will be assigned to the ABP workforce project which includes the current longitudinal survey platform.  The following list describes in some detail the type of work that may be assigned to this individual over time.

  1. Perform a literature review of the workforce (pediatrics and pediatric focused mid-level providers) using the literature review from the University of Michigan as a starting point.
  2. Draft a list of other organization’s surveys about the pediatric physician workforce. The list would note survey content, sample, schedule of delivery/analysis/results, and separately would include sample surveys where possible.
  3. Similarly, look at other organizations’ data on the pediatric workforce such as trend data, tracking data of trainees, certification data, etc. Focus will extend to mid-level providers associated with pediatric care.
  4. In addition to categorizing other organization’s data, collect sample websites that display workforce data to help inform how the ABP may structure their workforce webpages and online analytic platform.
  5. Recheck survey tracking tables from CHEAR they are going to develop. As needed, mock-up tables for the ABP’s current surveys (recently edited in 2017) to be published on the website.
  6. Make a revised survey workbook (binder of tables, surveys, Roles and Responsibilities, Modules, etc.)
  7. Help develop state-by-state legislative webpages related to the pediatric physician workforce. This is a project that will be co-developed with the AAP to help their legislative teams.
  8. Where possible, assist the ABP in preparing data for the upcoming workforce webpages and online analytic platform.
  9. Depending on skill level and expertise, assist the ABP in considering how its workforce data might inform work conducted at the UNC Chapel Hill’s Sheps Center and by HRSA.
  10. Assist in workforce planning for pediatrics through attendance at meetings where scheduling permits including the ABP Foundation’s Board of Directors strategic planning discussions, the ABP’s Research Advisory Committee, and the ABP’s virtual workforce advisory group (to be established this year; members include representatives from groups such as the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Association of Medical School Pediatric Department Chairs, the Council of Pediatric Subspecialities, the American Association of Pediatric Program Directors).


How to Apply

POC: Adam Turner, MPH, PMP

Research Program Manager

American Board of Pediatrics

111 Silver Cedar Court

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2018 Postdoctoral Fellowships, CLIR

Approximate date of posting December 11, 2017

 Positions: The Postdoctoral Fellowship Program currently consists of four tracks. Each has slightly different requirements and parameters, relating to eligible fields of study, funding, and terms of appointment.

Eligibility To be considered for 2018 Postdoctoral Fellowships, applicants must:

  • have received a Ph.D. after January 1, 2013, but before beginning the fellowship;
  • be legally permitted to work in the United States and/or Canada between 2018 and 2020;
  • submit a complete application package, including all supporting documentation,and
  • attend the program’s mandatory seminar held July 29 – August 4, 2018 at Bryn Mawr College

Location: Various Please see our list of current and previous fellows.

Company/Organization  The program offers recent Ph.D. recipients opportunities to develop as scholars, scientists, and teachers while learning about modern librarianship, instructional technologies, research data management, data curation, digital humanities, e-publishing, archives, and/or collection development both digital and analog.

The CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship Program offers recent Ph.D. graduates the chance to develop research tools, resources, and services while exploring new career opportunities. CLIR Postdoctoral Fellows work on projects that forge and strengthen connections among library collections, educational technologies, and current research. Host institutions benefit from fellows’ field-specific expertise by gaining insights into their collections’ potential uses and users, scholarly information behaviors, and current teaching and learning practices.


  • Time Frame 2 or 3 years
  • June-September 2018: Fellowships begin (exact dates vary by institution). 

Compensation: Remuneration varies by sponsoring institution and by type of fellowship; benefits and some travel expenses are routinely provided. Fellowships are for either one, two, or three years.



The Postdoctoral Fellowship Program currently consists of four tracks. Each has slightly different requirements and parameters, relating to eligible fields of study, funding, and terms of appointment.

How to Apply December 29, 2017: Fellowship application deadline.


Deadline: December 29, 2017: Fellowship application deadline.