2018 -2020 Diversity Fellow-MI

Approximate date of posting June 14, 2019

Position: Library Faculty Diversity Felllow

Eligibility This opportunity is open for applicants with a Master’s Degree awarded by or before December 2019 from a program accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) or from a program in a country with a formal accreditation process as identified by ALA

Location: Allendale, Michigan

Company/Organization  Grand Valley State University

Schedule/Hours  Full-time

Time Frame 3 years

Compensation: $46,900-50,000, includes health benefits

Source: acrl-rig@lists.ala.org


Grand Valley State University (GVSU) Libraries is seeking candidates for two visiting faculty fellowships for 2019-2022. These three-year appointments are for user-focused and collegial Liaison Librarians with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. Faculty Fellows will gain professional experience as an academic librarian and a faculty member.

 Liaison Librarians collaborate with faculty to provide learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. The person hired for this position will work with humanities, social sciences, professional programs or interdisciplinary programs. Liaisons engage in library instruction, research services, collection development, and scholarly communications outreach in their assigned areas, as well as provide support to the first-year writing program. They demonstrate a commitment to student success, an understanding of the liberal arts education mission, and work collaboratively and independently within a dynamic, team-based organization. They will report either to the Head of Liberal Arts Programs and be located on the Allendale Campus or to the Head of Professional Programs and be located on the Grand Rapids Campus.

 These positions will give the selected candidate the opportunity to:

CREATE— Liaison Librarians will identify and implement new and emerging trends, best practices, and models in instruction and research support as well as scholarly engagement. They develop projects that align with their areas of focus and anticipate the future needs of the Libraries.

 COLLABORATE— Liaison Librarians work collaboratively to ensure that our instructional and research services are meeting the needs of our users. They have opportunities to work with faculty, staff, and students across the University. We invite applicants who have a user-focused, innovative, and creative approach to their work.

 GROW— GVSU Librarians are members of the university faculty with a 12-month appointment. Librarians engage in scholarship, professional development, and service to the organization and the profession. There are opportunities to work across the Libraries and the University to gain experience and knowledge about areas of our profession, with an emphasis on collaboration. Librarians at GVSU engage in faculty governance and participatory-style management practices. In addition, the successful applicant will gain a greater understanding of how to flourish in an academic setting.

 GVSU and the GVSU Libraries have a culture that encourages professional growth and development. Funding and support for conference travel and the dissemination of scholarly output is provided by both the Libraries and the University via internal grants and mentoring. For more information on how GVSU supports travel and scholarship, please see the Pew Faculty Teaching and learning Center grants page athttps://www.gvsu.edu/ftlc/grants-47.htm and the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence dissemination travel grant page athttps://www.gvsu.edu/csce/dissemination-travel-grant-13.htm. Additionally, the State Library of Michigan offers Professional Development Grants for Librarians.

How to Apply: http://jobs.gvsu.edu and search for Visiting Librarian.

POC Questions? Feel free to contact Annie Bélanger, search committee chair via email annie.belanger@gvsu.edu or telephone 616-331-2621 or Feel free or Jeffrey Daniels (danielsj@gvsu.edu), search committee co-chairs.

Deadline: Application deadline is [4 weeks from posting].


Fall 2019 Archives Processing Intern-CA

Approximate date of posting  6–6–2019

Position: University Archives Processing Intern

Eligibility currently enrolled

Location: Merced, California

Company University of California, Merced Library

 Schedule/Hours  Flexible

Time Frame:  Fall 2019- 8 weeks

Compensation: $5,000 stipend

Source https://ischoolapps.sjsu.edu/internships/new/view.php?listing=2354

Description Under supervision, the Intern will assist in the processing and arrangement of the UC Merced University Archives. Duties include: conducting initial inventories and arrangement of unprocessed archival materials; cataloguing and rehousing archival materials; describing archival materials and entering data into finding aids; transcribing data; and the handling of rare and fragile materials. Interns may also conduct basic preservation activities on a variety of material formats.

Apply Please submit a letter of interest, a current resume and contact information for two professional references to:

POC: Jerrold Shiroma, Digital Scholarship Librarian: 209-756-0237

Deadline: July 19, 2019

2019 Ask A Librarian Apprenticeship-CO

Approximate date of posting  June 7, 2019

Position: Apprenticeship

Eligibility Currently enrolled as a library & information science graduate student for the duration of the apprenticeship.

Location: Boulder, Colorado

Company University of Colorado, Boulder- Norlin Library 

 Schedule/Hours  two evenings from 5-8pm and one weekend day (preferably Saturdays) from 1-5pm each week,

Time Frame: 500 total hours over 40 weeks (approx 12 hrs/week)

Compensation: $19/hr

Source https://news.cci.fsu.edu/jobs-and-internships/cci-job-board/mls-jobs/ask-a-librarian-apprenticeship-university-of-colorado-boulder-libraries/

Description Gain practical professional experience in a fast-paced academic library. The CU Boulder University Libraries is looking to hire an Ask A Librarian Apprentice who will receive training in research competencies, staff the Ask A Librarian desk in Norlin Library two evenings from 5-8pm and one weekend day (preferably Saturdays) from 1-5pm each week, participate in special projects under the mentorship of a faculty librarian, and explore issues relevant to new academic librarians. The successful candidates will provide research assistance in person and virtually in a major academic library that serves a world-class research university. This position is a great opportunity to supplement your graduate studies with experiential learning.


● Provide research assistance at the Norlin Library Ask a Librarian Desk

● Staff the Libraries’ chat reference service

● Attend trainings, workshops, and meetings

● Participate in special project work with Ask A Librarian Apprenticeship supervisor

● Explore other opportunities for professional development based on interest

Apply To apply, please submit the following documents:

1. Cover Letter

2. Resume

3. Unofficial Transcript

Send application materials with “Ask A Librarian Apprenticeship Application” in the subject line to Megan.Welsh@colorado.edu .

Deadline: unspecified

2019-2020 Virtual of F2F Internship-PA

Approximate date of posting  June 7, 2019

Position: Dental Library Intern

Eligibility students in an ALA-accredited graduate program in library/information science, though students in other graduate programs will be considered.

Location: Remote of Pennyslvania

Company Leon Levy Dental Library is part of Penn’s STEM Libraries  and specifically supports the School of Dental Medicine.

 Schedule/Hours  UP TO  20 hours a week. Hours may be adjusted if student needs to work fewer hours.

Time Frame: Internship is intended for 11-month commitment, but we will consider applications for one full academic year (9 months) as well.


Source https://news.cci.fsu.edu/jobs-and-internships/cci-internships/ischool-internships/stem-virtual-or-f2f-internship/

Description The Dental Library Intern will be responsible for assisting the librarian with

  • Research and instruction activities, including production of systematic reviews.
  • Production of altmetrics measures (Scholarly Commons / social media).
  • Student outreach activities – classes, fairs, tabling.
  • Student yearbook project.
  • Surveying projects of faculty and students.
  • Developing online guides for students and faculty.
  • Promotional activities.

Additionally, the intern will regularly attend continuing education courses online/in-person provided by the Penn Libraries.

Apply Apply today by emailing your CV to  Laurel Graham,

Head of Dental Library, University of Pennsylvania



2019-2021 Diversity Fellow-CA

Approximate date of posting  June 6, 2019

Position: Residency

Eligibility recent graduates (May 2017-June 2019)

Location: Riverside, California

Company University of California, Riverside UCR Library is recruiting for our first Diversity Fellow, Located an hour’s drive to the east of Los Angeles, an hour west of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley, an hour east of ocean beaches, ninety minutes north of San Diego, and an hour south of mountain ski resorts, UCR is located in an area of dramatic landscapes and rich cultural traditions. The University is a dynamic, aggressively-developing land grant research institution dedicated to preparing its diverse student body to be successful competitors in the world marketplace of ideas. UCR boasts the first new School of Medicine to open on the West Coast in 43 years; a new School of Public Policy; and the Bourns College of Engineering, ranked 10th in the world according to an international ranking organization.
The UCR Library is a critical partner in preparing UCR’s students to be globally competitive while simultaneously preparing them for careers in the Inland Empire and beyond. The mission of the UCR Library is no less than to bring the world’s information resources to the UCR community and to ensure that UCR students, faculty, and staff have the skills to fully exploit those resources to change the world for the better.

Schedule/Hours -Full-time

Time Frame: a two-year position for recent graduates (May 2017-June 2019)

Compensation: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience within a range of: $53,411 – $66,101

Source sils-jobs@listserv.unc.edu

Description The University of California, Riverside (UCR) seeks a dynamic, user-oriented, early-career librarian to participate in a two-year diversity fellowship program. This program will provide the incumbent with a supportive environment to gain the requisite knowledge, skills, and competencies to thrive in an academic setting, and aims to increase the hiring pipeline of diverse and talented colleagues. Librarians who are interested in pursuing academic librarianship and have demonstrated an interest in, and commitment to, diversity, equity, and inclusion within the library community are particularly encouraged to apply. The incumbent will have access to experienced library leaders and a cohort/network for sharing ideas, resources, best practices, and other opportunities to help gain the professional skills and competencies necessary for success.

Reporting to the Deputy University Librarian, the Library Diversity Fellow will initially participate in a month-long orientation to the library and each department and unit. This will be followed by two 10-month-long embedded rotations in two respective departments. For each rotation the Fellow will learn the functions of the selected department and contribute to departmental services, as well as work on a project or projects focused on some aspect of departmental need. To ensure the best match of skills and interests, selection of specific departments and associated projects will occur as a collaborative process between the Fellow and Fellowship supervisor during the initial month-long on-boarding. The final three months will be spent on professional development, including CV review, interviewing techniques, relevant training opportunities, and completion of the capstone project. The Fellow will be required to demonstrate their investigation of the impact on diversity, equity and inclusion either through the capstone project, or through at least one project selected at the department level.

Capstone Project:
The Fellowship program includes a capstone project. The goal of the capstone is to hone the Fellow’s skills and experience in planning, organizing and executing a major project that will contribute significantly to the UCR Library, and to the profession. The capstone project may feature considerably in the Fellow’s marketability and success. 
Over the course of the first year and as the Fellow’s becomes more knowledgeable and engaged within the Library, the Fellow should be considering and discussing possible capstone topics. During the latter months of year one, the Fellow, in consultation with the Fellows Program supervisor and other library stakeholders, will submit written proposals for one or two possible capstone projects to the supervisor. The supervisor and relevant department heads will review the submissions and select the proposal with the greatest potential to further advance the Library. The final product, including the Fellow’s findings, conclusions, and recommendations, will be shared with library staff via an oral presentation.

Apply  https://aprecruit.ucr.edu/JPF01094

POC: Dani Brecher Cook
Director of Teaching & Learning

P.O. Box 5900
Rivera Library, Room 126
Riverside, CA 92517-5900


Deadline: Wednesday, Jul 24, 2019 at 11:59pm (Pacific Time)

2019-2021 Diversity Residency Reference Librarian-MA

Approximate date of posting  28-May-2019

Position Reference Librarian for their two-year Diversity Residency


  • Master’s degree in library/information science 
  • Minimum of two years of professional library experience

Location: Cambridge Massachusetts

Company:  Harvard Law School Library

 Schedule/Hours  Full time

Time Frame: 2 years

Compensation: Salary grade 56 60,000.-98,511.00


Description Under the general direction of the Manager for Research Services, the resident works as a team member providing reference and research services in law and law-related disciplines, via print and electronic formats, to faculty and students of Harvard Law School, and to a broader research community.

The resident will participate in the day to day collection development activities of the Law Library with an emphasis on aligning the resident’s interests and skills to collection development opportunities or projects in that area. The resident will work closely with selectors to participate in evaluating and selecting resources for acquisition. Other project-based work will entail weeding, collection assessment, and e-resources management. The fellow will report on an as need project basis to the Associate Director of Collections or his designee.

In addition, over the course of two years, the resident will have the opportunity to work on projects in other departments of the library which may include: the library as publisher with our Library Innovation Lab (LIL), working with manuscript collections in our Historical & Special Collections department, exploring new ways to manage digitization and working with our administrative team on special projects will provide a breadth of experience. The library will support the development and completion of a substantial project related to the shared interests of the resident and the library.

Provide coordinated reference and research services to Harvard law library patrons 

Work closely with the school’s students, including helping with orientation support and acting as a liaison to various law school student communities

Teach research concepts and skills both in and out of the classroom

Participate in the development of instructional materials

Develop and maintain research guides

As a member of the research team work with HLS journals and clinics

Participate in evaluating and selecting resources for acquisition in all formats

Participate in collections analysis and weeding projects

Participate in collections-oriented committees and working groups both within Harvard Law School Library and Harvard Libraries

Assist in E-Resource management and acquisitions

Coordinate evaluation of vendor offers to the Harvard Law School Library;

Prepare and present information to appropriate library groups to help inform collection decisions

Participate in library outreach, communications and social media

Work on projects with other departments based on fellow’s interest and institutional needs

Actively continues ongoing professional development, including maintaining a high degree of expertise in many facets of research service including information technology, knowledge of legal and law-related information sources, sources for business and corporate information, and instructional methods

Serves on local and University-wide committees

Apply https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?PageType=JobDetails&partnerid=25240&siteid=5341&Areq=49377BR#jobDetails=1461662_5341

Deadline: Unspecified

2019-2022 Diversity Residency Librarian for Research and Learning-NC

Approximate date of posting  May 28, 2019

Position: Archivist Intern

Eligibility Recent or upcoming graduate (with less than three years of professional experience) from an ALA-accredited Master’s degree program or from a program in a country with a formal accreditation process as identified by ALA

Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Company/Organization: – Salem College, a liberal arts college for women, values its students as individuals, develops their unique potential, and prepares them to change the world.


Time Frame: 3- year Diversity Residency program. A start date of August 1, 2019 is strongly desired

Compensation: Salary of the successful candidate depends upon experience and professional achievements. Salem College offers a comprehensive benefits package, including holidays, vacation days, and sick days.

Source sils-jobs@listserv.unc.edu

Description he program objective is to invest in the diversification of librarianship by recruiting librarians from underrepresented groups and preparing them for a successful career in the field. The program is designed to provide the Resident Librarian with an immersive experience in research assistance and instruction, outreach, scholarly communication, and other opportunities to participate in projects related to other areas of professional interest. The Resident Librarian will also gain experience in research, scholarship, and service to the Library, College, and profession. Salem College Library is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive workplace and is currently joining the ACRL Diversity Alliance. Participation in the Diversity Alliance will provide the benefit of learning from other academic libraries who have been engaged in residency programs for several years. This cohort approach will allow residents to share their networks, connect at conferences, facilitate a deeper understanding of the profession and prepare them for success in scholarship, professional service, and leadership.

This position is classified as a Professional Librarian position and reports to the Director of Libraries. The Resident Librarian will also work with two other professional librarians, two professional staff, a part time professional staff member, and several student workers and interns.  Salem College librarians and staff like experimenting and engaging in ongoing discussions about the future of academic librarianship. They enjoy working with faculty and students in their research, teaching, and learning endeavors. Professional Librarians are members of the faculty, serve on faculty committees, and are eligible for professional development funds.


Provides for-credit and blended information literacy and research instruction in both online and traditional environments to students and faculty.

Operates as the instruction and assessment liaison to the Salem general education curriculum and first year courses.

Works as a liaison to specific subject disciplines and to the campus diversity office.

 Collaborates with campus partners to support faculty and students.

 Coordinates outreach events and projects.

 Acts as administrator and coordinator of content for a suite of online research and learning platforms and services.

 Contributes to the University’s diversity and inclusion goals.

Participates in library, university, professional committees, and/or community-engaged projects.

Apply Please submit one PDF that includes an attached letter of interest, CV, and a completed application for employment  (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5QGZoxT3LAGVmJaM01Td1lDWWc/view)

Website: https://www.salem.edu/employment/position/diversity-residency-librarian-research-learning

POC: Elizabeth Novicki, Director of Libraries, at elizabeth.novicki@salem.edu

Deadline: Review of applications will begin June 1, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.

2019 Academic Library Intern-TX

Approximate date of posting  May 16, 2019

Position: Academic Library Intern

Eligibility Must have completed at least 20 Credit hours leading up to an eventual degree from an ALA Accredited Library and Information Science program.

·        Bachelor’s Degree

·        Course work: Reference

Preferred Qualifications

·        Bachelor’s Degree in Health Sciences or related field

·        Course work: Instruction and Metadata/Cataloging

Location: Richardson, Texas

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology – Dallas Campus

Schedule/Hours   unspecified

Time Frame: unspecified

Compensation: unspecified

Source Indeed

Description The Chicago School is excited about an opportunity for a short-term Library Services Intern who will work closely with the University Librarian in the day to day running of the Dallas Campus library and help prepare the library for a transition to a new library services platform (LSP).  This internship will give LIS students hands on experience running the day to day operations of a library, supervising student employees and meeting the needs of a small branch library. At the end of the internship, the Student will be able to apply skills learned in coursework to practice as well as valuable experience in Library Operations and Services

Essential Functions

·       Manage Daily Circulation Operations of the Dallas Campus Library

·       Work with students on the Dallas Campus to support their library research

·       Work with the University Librarian to Hire, Train and Supervise Graduate Student Assistants

·       Clean up bibliographic records for migration to new LSP

·       Participates in the shared responsibility for providing reference services across campuses, via chat and research consultations

·       Examine and assess the Dallas Campus print collection and prepare a brief collection development plan

·       Learn the basics of interlibrary loan services including copyright considerations.

Meetings and Support (All meetings are via GoToMeeting)

·       Meet with the University Librarian daily

·       Meet at least twice with The Chicago School Librarians to explore how skills learned in the classroom can be put into practice

·       Meet with our systems librarian to explore library implementation strategies for new technologies and platforms.

·       Meet with the Associate Vice President, Academic Program Development Review Online Synergy, Academic Affairs on how Libraries can better market themselves to University Administration.

Apply https://tcsedsystem.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/SystemWideCareers/job/Richardson-TX/Library-Intern_R0003399-1?source=Indeed.com

Deadline: Unspecified

2019-2022 Academic Resident Librarian-NC

Approximate date of posting  May 8, 2019

Position: Diversity Resident Librarian for Research and Learning

Eligibility MLS/MLIS from an ALA accredited library school; alternately, in possession of a relevant advanced degree and within one year of completion of the library master’s program;

Location: Greensboro, North Carolina

Company/Organization  Guilford College- Founded in 1837 by the Religious Society of Friends

(Quakers), Guilford College is a selective four-year liberal arts college

located on a 335-acre campus in Greensboro, NC. Known for its challenging,

socially engaged programs in the arts, humanities, business, policy, and

sport studies, social sciences, natural science and mathematics, Guilford

is an intentionally diverse, inclusive community where students and faculty

collaborate critically and creatively to address complex issues and

problems with an emphasis on interdisciplinary perspectives.

Schedule/Hours  Full-Time

Time Frame: 3 years; 2019-2022

Compensation: $42,441.00 – $50,929.00+

Source https://guilford.peopleadmin.com/postings/3035

Description Guilford College seeks a creative, innovative, and collaborative librarian within the first year of degree completion, to engage in a dynamic three-year fellowship. The ideal candidate holds a strong commitment to serving diverse and historically underrepresented groups, and will be effective in fostering dialogue and learning opportunities across all segments of the college community. The Resident Diversity Librarian for Research and Learning will contribute to teaching, learning, and research through sustainable, strategic partnerships, and will collaborate with colleagues to develop responsive and scalable resources that support campus-wide retention efforts, particularly for those focused on first-generation or underrepresented students, as well as students in need.

 The Resident Diversity Librarian contributes vitally to the blended services of Hege Library and Learning Technologies in the development of diverse, strategic, and enduring experiences that support student success and persistence to graduation. The Resident is a member of the Research and Educational Services (RES) team, which is devoted to the advancement of all aspects of teaching, learning, and research support within the blended Hege Library and Learning Technologies service. The residency will support teaching, learning, and research initiatives by designing, developing and delivering in-person course-related library instruction sessions. This librarian works with teaching faculty and staff to integrate into curriculum meaningful information literacy activities and general and course-specific library instruction materials such as online learning objects and instructional modules that support information and digital literacies.

The Resident will focus on outreach and retention for ensuring effective research and learning services to underserved student constituencies, for fostering a sense of agency among all students, and for empowering all students as researchers and scholars.

Under the guidance and leadership of the Digital Pedagogy and Scholarship Technologist, the Resident Diversity Librarian for Research and Learning works to ensure meaningful alignment of faculty, staff, and student development for the effective coordinated support of teaching, learning, and research.

This librarian partners within Library and Learning Technologies for the support of an integrative and developmental approach to information and digital literacy, creative exploitation of teaching and learning technologies, and knowledgeable application of principles of instructional design and assessment, Further, this librarian specifically supports the First Year Experience for ensuring that foundational information literacies and digital competencies are embedded into the curriculum.

Working closely within the Library and through the College’s Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, the Resident Diversity Librarian also supports the planning and conducting of strategic assessments of library services’ effectiveness and the development of student information and digital literacy competencies. As such, this librarian serves as an ad hoc member of the Assessment Committee.

Integral to the position as a diversity residency is participation in the work of the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and ongoing liaison with the Intercultural Engagement Center (IEC). The Resident Diversity Librarian will support staff and faculty research and instructional goals as they relate to inclusive pedagogy and inclusive practices. This librarian also will support the implementation of the Ethical Leadership program and its initiatives on campus, for example in assisting students with conducting ethical identity-based research.

Over the course of their residency, this librarian will:

●             work through the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness for devising an assessment strategy specific to first year curriculum, as this lays the foundations for the development of students’ information literacy and digital competencies;

●             support the development of goals for accomplishing the vision for Ethical Leadership as a premier program, including consideration of ways in which RES and IEC efforts might be distinctively coordinated for the enhancement of the First Year Experience;

●             support the Digital Pedagogy and Scholarship Technologist in developing online and face-to-face experiences for strengthening first year curriculum instructors’ information literacy and digital competencies;

●             develop LibGuide resources gathering identity-based scholarly materials, including discipline-specific scholarly content based on various social identities, that will serve as a resource for faculty, staff, and students.

Other responsibilities include:

●             Participation in the Library Liaison Program as a member of Hege’s Librarians’ Council in furthering professional services and programs, faculty partnerships, and the continued dynamic growth of the library’s physical, virtual, and special collections. As a faculty liaison, the Research and Learning Resident Librarian engages with faculty and students in assigned subject areas, providing library instruction and individual consultations supporting student research and creative endeavors; contributes to the development of library collections; and promotes the effective use of subject-specific information resources utilizing current technologies. Participation in the faculty governance process through attendance at faculty meetings and participation in other functions of the faculty as deemed appropriate and useful;

●             Other service to the College community as may be required and/or compatible with the professional responsibilities of the residency.

Expected professional development outcomes: By the conclusion of the residency, this librarian will have gained insights, expertise. and knowledge to work across academic programs and disciplines to support the development of a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion as this relates to interdisciplinary research and learning. Focus on first year curriculum development will afford the Resident a unique opportunity to evidence a professional portfolio grounded in the ability to design an integrative and inclusive pedagogical strategy for achieving foundational information literacy and digital competencies learning outcomes among first year students. Working within a blended library and technology environment will provide this librarian with a unique opportunity to develop a blended perspective of services operating at the intersection of librarianship, academic technologies, and Guilford’s unique liberal arts educational experience as exemplified by The Guilford Edge.

Apply https://guilford.peopleadmin.com/postings/3035

Deadline: Review of applications will begin on 5/22/2019.

2019 Summer & Academic Year Special and/or Medical Library & Internships-PA

Approximate date of posting  May 9, 2019

Position: Multiple:

  1. Biomedical Library 3D Printing Internship
  2. Biomedical Library Internship
  3. Fisher Fine Arts Library Intern
  4. Leon Levy Dental Medicine Library Internship
  5. Steven W. Atwood Veterinary Medicine Library & Information Commons Internship


Location: Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Company/Organization  University of Pennsylvania Libraries

Schedule/Hours  15-20 hour per week

Time Frame: commitment for one year.

Compensation: pay $15/hour

Source https://news.cci.fsu.edu/jobs-and-internships/cci-internships/ischool-internships/university-of-pennsylvania-libraries-summer-internships/

Description We are pleased to announce several one-year internship opportunities becoming available at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries this summer. Students can find a full list of internships and links to their descriptions

Biomedical Library 3D Printing Intern Job #23382

Biomedical Library Internship

Fisher Fine Arts Library Intern

 Leon Levy Dental Medicine Library Internship

Steven W. Atwood Veterinary Medicine Library & Information Commons Internship

Website: https://www.library.upenn.edu/hr/internship/internships.html


Colleen Hayes

Human Resources Administrative Coordinator

Library Office of Organizational Effectiveness  |  University of Pennsylvania

3420 Walnut St |  Philadelphia, PA 19104

215-898 -5333 Office  |  Fax 215-573-0799

hayco@upenn.edu  |  www.hr.upenn.edu  |  www.library.upenn.edu/hr/

Deadline: Unspecified