2019 Digitization and Access Intern-IN

Approximate date of posting August 23, 2019

Position: Digitization Intern

Eligibility  Any Library or Museum Experience

Min Education:BA/BS/Undergraduate

Location: Auburn, Indiana
Company/Institution/Organization Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum

 Schedule/Hours   15 hours per week. Days worked are flexible within the business week

Time Frame: committee to a term of one year or 52 weeks are preferred.

Compensation:  $8.00 – $9.00

Source https://archivesgig.com/2019/08/29/auburn-in-paid-digitization-intern-auburn-cord-duesenberg-museum/

  • Description The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is looking to hire temporary paid interns for the Archives Department to aid in cataloguing, digitizing, and organizing its archival materials for its digitization and access initiative. This position will have relative independence under the direction of the museum’s Collections Manager. This internship opportunity would be a great resume builder for anyone looking to gain experience toward a profession in the museum field, library science, data management, and a wealth of other fields. We are looking for individuals who can commit to 15 hours per week. Days worked are flexible within the business week. Starting pay is $8.00 per hour. Applicants who can committee to a term of one year or 52 weeks are preferred. This internship is a part-time, temporary, and hourly position

Apply To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum’s Collections Manager.

https://jobs.aaslh.org/job/digitization-intern/50270638/

POC: Diane Hall – dhall@automobilemuseum.org

Website: https://automobilemuseum.org/

Deadline: unspecified

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2019 Fall Medical Library Intern-ND

Approximate date of postingAugust 31, 2019

Position:  Library Administration- Req Number: WD08338

Eligibility Must be a junior or senior pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the Health Sciences, Health Education, Public Health, Nursing, English, Business Administration, Communication, Management Information Systems, or related field or a recent college graduate in one of the listed degrees.

Location: Fargo, ND

Company/Institution/Organization Sanford Health

 Schedule/Hours  unspecified

Time Frame: 12 weeks

Compensation: Unspecified

Source  LinkedIn

Description Under the supervision of the Library Director, the intern will provide research and operational support for Sanford Health libraries. The intern will receive valuable medical library experience working in a healthcare environment, providing library resources across a North Dakota and northern Minnesota. Responsibilities include:

  • Research Assistance– Provide research assistance for medical personnel looking for evidence-based information using PubMed and other appropriate databases.
  • Catalog Maintenance – Ex Libris Aleph is the OPAC used by Sanford Health. The intern will assist in updating resources in our collection using OCLC Connexion.
  • Document Delivery – Assist with processing of article requests, article retrievals, and Interlibrary Loans. Docline maintenance as needed.
  • Content Management Web Pages – Create pages of content based on vetted Online resources.
  • Marketing and Publicity – Assist the library in implementing marketing and orientation plans.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Work collaboratively with organization leadership, enhancing knowledge and skills and improving the delivery of quality healthcare. Assist in the completion of projects and administrative duties while developing skills related to the assigned function and/or location. Attend training and development opportunities, learning about various processes and functions within the organization.
  • POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Demonstrates an ability to meet own responsibilities. Describes opportunities for taking initiative in the organization. Demonstrates the ability to respond to change. Demonstrates an expectation that there will be ongoing shifts in demands and priorities. Identifies tasks or outputs that require accuracy and detail-level attention. Delivers formal and informal stand-up presentations or demos to audiences of all kinds. Demonstrates the ability to speak, write and present clearly. Demonstrates a basic understanding of organizational project management practices and tools. Researches business related data and generates and interprets basic analytics. Collaborates with departmental associates and management.

Apply https://sanfordhealth.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/requisition/38479/application?source=Sanford#1

Website: https://sanfordhealth.jobs/fargo-nd/fall-intern-library-administration/AC87DC97F9964BFB9F0F61E92E02D5C2/job/?utm_campaign=SanfordHealth.org&utm_source=SanfordHealth.org-DE&utm_medium=Other

Deadline:unspecified

2019- Fall Special Library Internship-D.C.

Approximate date of posting August 18, 2019

Position: Education Intern

Eligibility currently enrolled students or recent graduates 

Location: Washington, DC

Company/Institution/Organization Folger Shakespeare Library

 Schedule/Hours  regular weekly schedule of up to 16 hours per week during normal business hours.

Time Frame: October-December

Compensation: $$$

Source Indeed

Description The Folger Shakespeare Library, located on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., is seeking a dedicated and collaborative intern to join the Education department This intern will assist with a range of important projects, including a new online platform for teachers, a teacher membership campaign, and our student Shakespeare festivals.

This intern will contribute to the mission of Folger Education by completing various responsibilities, including but not limited to the following: collecting, organizing, and storing content for Forsooth!, our new online community for teachers; tracking user engagement on Forsooth!; entering and maintaining data in our online teacher database; and supporting the planning and execution of the Secondary School Shakespeare Festival and Children’s Festivals. The intern will be responsible for preparing welcome packages for new teachers, participating in Folger Education staff meetings, and supporting day-to-day administration and operations as needed. Additionally, the intern may assist in the planning and execution of teacher professional development and Folger Education’s presence at the 2019 National Council of Teachers of English Conference.

ApplyI nterested individuals should submit a cover letter and resume. Incomplete applications will not be considered. 

Website: https://folger.secure.force.com/employment/VanaHCM__Job_Detail?Id=a1e1S000003hT1CQAU

Deadline: Unspecified

2019 Fall Moving Image Cataloger-CA

Approximate date of posting 8/12/2019

Position: Moving Image Cataoger

  • Eligibility Currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program in Archiving, Library and Information Studies, Moving Image Studies or other conservation-related programs.
  • Minimum of one year of study toward a degree in a related field.
  • Interest in film history and knowledge of current archival and library cataloging practices and standards.

Location: Hollywood, California

Company/Institution/Organization The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will be the world’s premier institution dedicated to the art and science of movies. Located at Wilshire and Fairfax in Los Angeles, the Museum will be simultaneously immersive, experimental, educational, and entertaining. More than a museum, this dynamic film center will offer unparalleled experiences and insights into movies and moviemaking.

 Schedule/Hours   two full days a week

Time Frame: ten weeks (about 120 to 140 hours total) There is a possibility the internship could continue into the Winter term. Students may pursue school credit if the internship meets their school’s requirements.

Compensation: $$$

Source Indeed

Description The Academy is embarking on an ongoing cataloging effort to establish relationships between related collections content. In addition to moving image holdings of completed productions, AFA collects ancillary content like trailers, featurettes and production elements. The primary objective of this internship is to identify and link records for this ancillary content to records for their related completed film productions. The rules for relating the records vary according to the content. This project will offer the opportunity to become intimately familiar with the Film Archive?s holdings and evolving cataloging practices as well as the chance to work in a multi-faceted collection management system.

Responsibilities:

  • Review and establish relationships of ancillary content pertaining to a single Work.
  • Develop a complex decision tree of adapting basic guidelines to idiosyncratic moving image content.
  • Perform necessary data cleanup in coordination with a Moving Image Cataloger, including the consolidation of records, revising title formatting and additional data entry.
  • Additional research and identification of archival content as needed.

  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Excellent attention to detail with strong written and verbal communication skills and problem-solving skills.

Apply https://www.appone.com/maininforeq.asp?Ad=555859&R_ID=2623138&Refer=https://www.indeed.com/&B_ID=44

Deadline: unspecified

2019 Fall Archives Assistant Intern-IL

Approximate Date of Posting: August 2, 2019

Position:Archives Assistant Intern

Eligibility: graduate student or recent graduate of a master’s program

Location: Chicago Illinois

Company/Organization   Pritzker Military Museum & Library

Schedule/Hours:  20- 25 hours per week

Time Frame:

Compensation $13.00 per/hr

Source: https://archivesgig.com/2019/07/30/chicago-il-paid-archives-assistant-intern-pritzker-military-museum-library/#more-19909

Description:

Under the guidance of a mentor, the Archives Assistant Intern will work with the Director of Museum Collections to process incoming and backlog archival collections. The intern will rehouse, organize, and create finding aids for archival collections. The intern will also be asked to create OCLC catalog records, update website content, and work in CONTENTdm. Other duties might include creating interpretive text for archival collection items.

  • Rehouse archival materials
    • Rehouse artifacts
    • Organize and create finding aids
    • Research donated materials
    • Create OCLC catalog records
    • Assist in other special collections duties as assigned

http://www.pritzkermilitary.org/files/2315/6218/4298/Fall_2019_Paid_Archives_Assistant_Intern_Position_Description.pdf

Website: http://www.pritzkermilitary.org/about/volunteer-internships/

Deadline: 09/30/2019

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).