2020 Summer Records Management- Intern-SC

Approximate date of posting Sep 9, 2019

Position: 98100 RECORDS MANAGEMENT

Eligibility Be pursuing a degree in Law, Library Science, Business, Management or a related field.

Location:
Moncks Corner,- located slightly west of Charleston

Company/Institution/Organization  Santee Cooper– Santee Cooper provides reliable and affordable electricity, clean and safe drinking water, environmental stewardship and programs that recruit industry and jobs. Santee Cooper is a public power utility owned by the state.

 Schedule/Hours  40 hours per week 

Time Frame: begins May 18, 2020 for a period of 10-12 weeks.

Compensation: Salary Range
Rising Sophomore $13.00 per hour
Rising Junior $14.00 per hour
Rising Senior $15.00 per hour

Source  Indeed

Description The primary responsibilities of a Records Management Intern is to:

·  conduct research regarding records retention

·  inventory physical records and maintain physical records

·  analyze records

·  ECM data entry, update and maintenance, and records destruction

·  assist Records Management staff as needed

Position Requirements

The qualified candidate must:

·  have the ability to follow instructions

·  have general knowledge of computers

·  familiar with conducting research

·  internet searching experience

Apply https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_santeecooper/external/gateway.do?functionName=viewFromLink&jobPostId=4758&localeCode=en-us&source=Indeed.com&sourceType=PREMIUM_POST_SITE

Website: https://www.santeecooper.com/About/Index.aspx

Deadline: Feb 1, 2020

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2019-2020 Corporate Archives Intern-MN

Approximate date of posting  August 20, 2019

Position: Corporate Archives

Eligibility Enrolled in an archival, library or information science program with an expected graduation date of May 2020 or after.

Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota

Company/Organization  General Mills– General Mills is reshaping the future of food. We believe food makes us better. It nourishes our bodies, brings us joy and connects us to each other. As one of the world’s leading food companies, General Mills operates in more than 100 countries and markets more than 100 consumer brands, including Cheerios, Nature Valley, Betty Crocker, Yoplait, Annie’s Homegrown, Old El Paso, Epic Provisions, Blue Buffalo and more. 

Schedule/Hours Part-time- 20 hours per week  Working hours are flexible within the business hours of Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm

Time Frame  begins in early September and ends in May 2020

Compensation  unspecified

Source Indeed

Website: generalmills.com

Description: The General Mills Corporate Archives serves as a secure repository for historically significant, non-current records documenting the founding, development, organization, management, and achievements of General Mills, the Washburn Crosby Company, the Pillsbury Company, and their subsidiaries (collectively known as GMI). 

As a member of the Archives team, you will process and catalog archival assets using Sydney Plus software, and use archival preservation techniques to house and store assets. You will assist with research requests, and curation of exhibits and displays as needed. You will provide access and guidance for individuals looking to utilize archival assets and information, and assist with other projects or tours and events as needed. catalog and process assets within the collection of the General Mills Corporate Archive

  • Catalog assets using Sydney Enterprise Software.
  • Catalog digital assets into MOJO, the company’s Digital Asset Management system.
  • Use proper archival preservation techniques to house and store assets.
  • Assist with research requests.
  • Assist with curation of exhibits and displays upon demand.
  • Digitization of assets as needed.
  • Provide access, use and evaluations of archival resources for individuals.
  • Other tasks as assigned.

How to Apply: https://careers.generalmills.com/job/10022628/?mode=job&iis=Indeed&iisn=Indeed.com

Deadline: unspecified

2019 Fall Public Library Internship-NY

Approximate date of posting August 18, 2019

Position: BKLYN Incubator Internship

Eligibility Although a skills match is top priority, preference is given to current graduate students or those with/pursuing advanced degrees related to public policy, government, social science, library/information science, innovation or design.

Location: Brooklyn, New York

Company/Institution/Organization Office of Strategic Planning at Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) a think and do tank for a large, rapidly changing public institution. BKLYN Incubator is an innovation fund administered through this department that supports progressive library programs at BPL by providing professional development, mentorship, and resources. The purpose of BKLYN Incubator is to provide resources and training to build programs and services from the ground up and support ideas that are responsive to community needs.. 

 Schedule/Hours  Part-time 15 hours per week 

Time Frame: full 15-week semester

Compensation: $15 per hour

Source Indeed

Description The Office of Strategic Planning is currently seeking candidates with strong project management and people skills to work on the next round of BKLYN Incubator. The position will work directly with the Senior Manager of Innovation to help coordinate and support the growing community of innovators among the staff at BPL. This intern will assist with Incubator related training and professional development and support the implementation of BKLYN Incubator related programs and events.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate their interest in public institutions, design thinking/learning/doing, a community-centered approach to solving problems, and service design. Candidates should have:

  • Strong community management abilities using strategic approaches to keep people engaged, informed, and supported.
  • Strong problem framing and solving skills intended to support the work of innovators and public library staff working to explore new territory.
  • Strong ability to capture, analyze, and present data to tell stories of success and failure as well as the lessons learned in the process.
  • Strong research abilities combined with the ability to compile written reports, create compelling slide decks, and deliver strong presentations.
  • Collaborative approach with the ability to identify strong partners and a focus on thoughtfulness, purpose, and impact.

Apply https://careers-bklynlibrary.icims.com/jobs/1909/part-time-bklyn-incubator-internship/job

Website:

Deadline: Unspecified

2019 Fall Public Library Internship-WA

Approximate date of posting August 18, 2019

Position: Community Learning Intern

Eligibility  adults 16-25 Experience is not required.

Location: Bremerton, Washington

Company/Institution/Organization Kitsap Regional Library– Downtown Bremerton Branch

 Schedule/Hours  100 hour position We typically schedule interns for five hours per week

Time Frame: We typically schedule interns for five hours per week over a five- six month period. The schedule will be determined by your mentor upon hire.

Compensation: $12.12 per hour

Source Indeed

Description Youth voice is something that the library takes to heart. We know that when teens and young adults have the opportunity to plan, implement and give feedback on our programs and services, our community has a brighter future! We are hiring Community Learning Interns to learn how to set and accomplish goals, explore their ambitions, and become leaders in their community

The Community Learning Intern will be mentored by a librarian at their home branch. The intern will be expected to arrive on time per their schedule, lead a project that meets individual and community goals, receive guidance from a mentor, and maintain professionalism. Ready to apply? Here’s what you should know:

The internship centers on creating a project that will benefit your future goals and help support your community. The term “Community Learning” means that you will be learning in a supportive atmosphere working with a librarian that will mentor and assist you to help your community dream more, learn more, do more, and be more!

Through this internship you may explore one or more of our focus areas the library cares a lot about:

  • Early Learning or education for young children
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education
  • Civic Engagement or getting involved in the community about issues you are passionate about
  • Economic Vitality or finding well-paying jobs and spending wisely

You will gain skills in all four of those areas with the help of a trusted mentor, a caring team of library staff who believe in you not just through service for your community but with the community, too. Through the Community Learning Internship, we hope to help foster future leaders just like you.

You will work side-by-side with a librarian throughout your internship to learn new skills and develop your project. This will be a collaboration. You bring your future goals and life interests to the table, and the librarian supports you in incorporating your interests into learning opportunities and community partnerships. Together you will work on a project that will support your learning and help you succeed in goals you set for yourself. Your mentor will guide you on how to set and accomplish goals. Even if you do not know exactly what you want for your future, this internship is designed to help you explore.

What is a project?

A project can be anything that is exploring your goals and interests and turning that into a program, event, service, class, resource, presentation, or something we haven’t even thought of yet!

Each step in building your project is going help you develop a specific set of college and career building skills.

Step 1: Make a plan for your project by thinking critically and creatively. Explore your interests and develop new ideas with your mentor.

Step 2: Do the project by maintaining a consistent schedule, sticking with your plan, adapting, and make adjustments when necessary. Think of the people who may be impacted by your project work with your mentor to develop a communication plan. Continue to demonstrate a strong work ethic and complete your project goals.

Step 3: Share your project with library staff, patrons, and community partners, learn excellent communication skills, professionalism, and learn ways to collaborate.

Step 4: Be a leader in your community, connect with people, and exercise your leadership skills.

On-going meetings with your mentor throughout your internship will help you understand what these skills mean and how to make the most of them.

Apply A resume is required. The resume can be used to explain your education, skills, interests, and/or any combination of work, volunteer, or extracurricular experience you would like the mentor team to know.

Website: http://www.krl.org and select “Employment” located at the bottom of the page- ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 0819-43N

https://krl.applicantpro.com/jobs/1164967.html

Deadline: August 27, 2019.

2019 Fall Public Library Internship-NY

Approximate date of posting August 18, 2019

Position: Data Project Intern

Eligibility Although a skills match is top priority, preference is given to current graduate students or those with/pursuing advanced degrees related to public policy, government, social science, library/information science, innovation or design.

Location: Brooklyn New York

Company/Institution/Organization Brooklyn Public Library’s Strategic Planning Department is seeking a problem solver with lots of curiosity and great attention to detail. This position will provide the opportunity to learn about current library initiatives as well as how to manipulate large data sets through data analysis and visualization software – namely Tableau. Interns will gain an understanding of the types of data captured by public libraries and why, develop data visualizations and work with staff focus groups, pilot groups and use other methods to iterate, test, and integrate user feedback into our designs.

Schedule/Hours  Part-time 15 hours per week 

Time Frame: full 15-week semester

Compensation: $15 per hour

Source Indeed

Description Working with the Senior Manager of Strategic Initiatives, Project Management, and Data Analysts the Data Project Intern will assist in building relevant data visualizations for staff system wide using a combination of BPL and public data. These visualizations are used to bolster librarians’ understandings of their neighborhoods, help staff to plan community-responsive programming, and to evaluate strengths and weaknesses in areas like collection development, circulation, and wifi use.

Interns will participate in departmental meetings to gain an understanding of organizational culture. This will prepare interns to create visualizations that foster collaboration among staff and promote the use of data in project planning and decision making.

Qualifications

Experience with data analysis and analytics software (Excel and Tableau) is a plus

An understanding of User Experience principles and their benefits in presenting data to diverse groups

A passion for design

An interest in public service

Apply please submit a resume that outlines your experience and a cover letter that articulates your interest and alignment to the description above.

Website: https://careers-bklynlibrary.icims.com/jobs/1908/part-time-data-project-intern/job?mobile=false&width=1140&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240

Deadline: Unspecified

2019 Fall Photo Preservation Intern-NY

Approximate date of posting August 7, 2019

Position: 2 positions-Library and Archives (Public Affairs)- Photo Preservation Intern

Eligibility Enrollment in, or recent completion of, MLIS with a concentration in archival studies from an ALA-accredited program, or similar degree.

Knowledge of historical photographic preservation and care. (While some training will be provided, applicants are expected to have some familiarity with the care and preservation of historical photographic formats.)

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working with fragile materials.
  • Interest in the history of American zoo and aquarium field and/or the history of international wildlife conservation.

Location: New York

Company/Institution/Organization Bronx Zoo- Wildlife Conservation Society

Founded in 1895 as the New York Zoological Society, the Wildlife Conservation Society is committed to saving wildlife and wild places worldwide. This initiative is carried out through science, global conservation, education, and the management of the world’s largest system of urban wildlife parks, led by the flagship Bronx Zoo. Documenting the history of this work, the WCS Archives includes records related to the histories of the Bronx Zoo, the New York Aquarium, international field work projects, and other WCS institutions and activities.

 Schedule/Hours  210 hours

Time Frame: 14 weeks of work onsite at the Bronx Zoo, between September and December 2019, for a total of 210 hours each. The Interns will also have the option of continuing on with the project for an additional 14 weeks and an additional 210 hours, between January and May 2020.

Compensation: $15/hour

Source Indeed

Description Responsibilities
Under close supervision by WCS Archives staff, the Photo Preservation Interns will be responsible for working with nearly 15,000 photographic negatives from WCS’s historical photograph collection. These negatives feature images of the Bronx Zoo and the New York Aquarium, as well as some of WCS’s early field study sites, dating from the mid-1940s to the early 1970s. The successful interns will clean and rehouse the negatives and will provide brief condition notes about them; they will also move the negatives into the Archives’ cold storage vault.

Apply https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?partnerid=25965&siteid=5168&PageType=JobDetails&jobid=461490#jobDetails=461490_5168

Deadline: Unspecified

2019-2020 Library Database Management Associate – Long Term Internship-VA

Approximate date of posting August 1, 2019

Position: Long-term Library Database Management Associate Internship

Minimum Eligibility Current student (or recent graduate) degree in library science, museum studies, computer science, information systems, or a related field.

Interest in, and/or knowledge of, plants, gardens, and landscape

Location: Upperville, Virginia; The Oak Spring estate is located in rural northern Virginia, 15 minutes from the nearest town. Having access to a car is desirable, but not essential.

Company/Institution/Organization The Oak Spring Garden Foundation (OSGF) is a 501(c)3 private operating foundation based in Upperville, Virginia with a mission to perpetuate and share Rachel Lambert Mellon’s home, garden, estate and Library to serve the public interest. The Foundation is dedicated to inspiring and facilitating scholarship and public dialogue on the history and future of plants, including the culture of gardens and landscapes and the importance of plants for human well-being. 

 Schedule/Hours  Full-Time

Time Frame: Eighteen months beginning in September/October 2019. And ending February/March 2021.

Compensation:  $16.00 & Benefits +housing provided, if needed employee will be provided with a private bedroom and self-catering accommodation in a shared house on the Oak Spring Estate (if needed; local applicants who do not require housing are encouraged).

Source Indeed

Description OSGF is engaged in a major initiative to research and share our Library collections. The selected Library Database Management Associate, working with the Head Librarian and Program Officer, will be based in the Oak Spring Garden Library and will continue to modernize the library’s database and online catalog, a project initiated by previous library interns.

The Oak Spring Garden Library, once the private library of Rachel Lambert Mellon, houses thousands of rare books, art objects, manuscripts, and other significant materials relating to horticulture, botany, and natural history. In accordance with the Oak Spring Garden Foundation’s mission, we intend to transform the library into a more effective research resource for scholars, artists, and other researchers. The intern will transfer existing data into Presto, an online cataloging and web publishing software, and regularly assess the usability and standardization of the data associated with the Oak Spring collection.

Responsibilities:

  • Catalog library materials according to systems like Dublin Core, MARC (Machine-Readable Cataloging), or other standards.
  • Migrate existing records into Presto, the library’s new online catalog and database, editing where necessary
  • Manage records and permissions for a diverse set of objects, including digital-only collections.
  • Execute administrative duties in Presto (account creation, permissions management, record structures, site design, batch imports, etc.) as needed.
  • Communicate with our partner organizations, such as the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), the Botanical Heritage Library, and the Google Culture Institute, to ensure Oak Spring’s records are suitable for public access.
  • Support other Library-related activities as assigned, including effective communication with a wide variety of employees.
  • Position will be supervised by the OSGF Head Librarian, with oversight from the OSGF President.

Apply To be considered for this position, please send a cover letter, resume and any additional material that relates to the proposal (not to exceed three pages in length. Please include “2019/2020 Library Data Associate” and your name in the subject line

Website: http://www.osgf.org

Deadline: Review of applications will begin August 15th 2019 on a rolling basis and will continue until the position is filled).

2019-2020 Library Research and Outreach Associate Internship-VA

Approximate date of posting August 1, 2019

PositionLibrary Research and Outreach Associate – Long Term internship

Minimum Eligibility Current student (or recent graduate) degree Current student (or recent graduate) pursuing a bachelor’s or master’s degree in museum studies, English, art history, education, ethnobotany, or a related field.

Strong interest in curating museum-quality exhibits. Experience in this field is a plus.

Strong writing, editing, and communication skills.

Knowledge of plant biology, botany, and/or horticulture is a strong advantage. It is helpful – but not required – to have an interest and/or prior experience in the broad areas that comprise our programs – plants, gardens, landscapes, and sustainable food.

Location: Upperville, Virginia; The Oak Spring estate is located in rural northern Virginia, 15 minutes from the nearest town. Having access to a car is desirable, but not essential.

Company/Institution/Organization Oak Spring Garden Foundation (OSGF) is a 501(c)3 private operating foundation based in Upperville, Virginia with a mission to perpetuate and share Rachel Lambert Mellon’s home, garden, estate and Library to serve the public interest. The Foundation is dedicated to inspiring and facilitating scholarship and public dialogue on the history and future of plants, including the culture of gardens and landscapes and the importance of plants for human well-being. 

 Schedule/Hours  Full-Time

Time Frame: Twelve months, beginning in September 2019 ending August 2020.

Compensation:  $16.00 & Benefits +housing provided, if needed employee will be provided with a private bedroom and self-catering accommodation in a shared house on the Oak Spring Estate (if needed; local applicants who do not require housing are encouraged).

Source Indeed

Description OSGF is engaged in a major initiative to research and share our Library collections. The selected Associate, working with the Head Librarian and Head of Communications, will be based in the Oak Spring Garden Library and tasked to research specific parts of the collection and translate that research into captivating outreach material in a variety of formats.

During 2017, 2018, and 2019, OSGF staff and interns have worked to develop several ways of engaging and educating the public using materials in the Oak Spring Garden Library collection, including traveling exhibits and electronic exhibits on the Google Cultural Institute site. The Associate’s major project will be to continue the development of one or more exhibits into final products that exists in physical and online formats, and to advertise and administer all of these exhibits in collaboration with partners who can use them in their own programming. The Associate will have the opportunity familiarize her/himself with outstanding range of spectacular material in the Oak Spring Garden Library and to conceive creative ways to share the collection to the public.

Responsibilities:

  • Research the Library’s collection to develop and expand on original exhibit materials. To do so, the intern will consult with staff and external partners to:
  • Conduct additional research to develop a list of physical materials from the Oak Spring Garden Library that are available for the exhibit;
  • Expand on an interpretive plan that creates a clear storyline that is appropriate for elementary and high school audiences (and potentially broader audiences);
  • Write clear and engaging label copy; and
  • Develop posters, physical materials and online content that will creatively communicate the intended messages of the exhibit.
  • Facilitate the digitization and replication of original materials while tracking the project budget.
  • Work with the Head of Communications to translate ideas, label copy, and Library materials into finished exhibit products – both physical and digital.
  • Track and administer the completed exhibits the completed exhibits to partners who can use it to educate our target audience.
  • Support the Head of Communications and Social Media Communications Associate in other Library-related outreach communications.

Apply To be considered for this position, please send a cover letter, resume and any additional material that relates to the proposal (not to exceed three pages in length. Please include “2019/2020 Library Data Associate” and your name in the subject line

Website: http://www.osgf.org

Deadline: Review of applications will begin August 15th 2019 on a rolling basis and will continue until the position is filled).

-2019 Fall -Library Resources Intern-CA

Approximate Date of Posting: July 28, 2019

 Position: Library Resources Intern

Eligibility- 

  • 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: September 2019 and ending December 2019

Compensation Paid

Source: Indeed

Description:

  • Maintain Resource Library
    • Monitor sample inventory and reorder as needed.
    • Monitor incoming samples and put them away in corresponding area.
    • Coordinate sample pickups with vendors.

    Vendors

    • Help with set up and breakdown of vendor presentations.
    • Build database of local furniture, finishes and products.
    • Build/maintain contact list of local vendor reps.
    • Work with vendors to introduce new sustainable materials and gather documentation for material transparency or LEED/other certifications.

    Project Work

    • Assist Designers with sample ordering and returns.
    • Assist project teams as needed.

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.

https://gensler.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/genslercareers/job/San-Jose-CA-US/Student-Internship—Library-Resources—Fall-2019_R-1454

Website:https://www.gensler.com/internships

Deadline: August 16, 2019.

Fall 2019 Academic Library- Georeferencing and Archiving Intern-PA

Approximate date of posting 07/24/2019

Position: Earth and Mineral Sciences Library Georeferencing and Archiving Intern

Eligibility Currently enrolled: junior or senior in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences (EMS)

Location: University Park, PA

Company Penn State University

 Schedule/Hours  15 hours per week

Time Frame: Fall/Spring employment is available

Compensation: $$$

Source Indeed

Description The Earth and Mineral Sciences Library seeks a qualified student who is interested in internship digitizing and georeferencing a significant collection of geoscience field notes created by a retired Geosciences professor. Under the direction of the EMS librarians, you will digitize field notes, scanning maps and ultimately creating an ArcGIS map georeferencing the field locations and linking to the relevant field notes.

Apply please send a cover letter, resume, and contact information of three references to Elise Gowen at edg16@psu.edu

Website: https://psu.jobs/job/89432

Deadline: Review of application materials will begin as soon as possible.