The Smithsonian Libraries is currently recruiting for fall internships. We have four projects available – two in our Education department, one that is fully virtual and one that would be a fantastic experience for an aspiring science librarian. Below are additional details. We expect to close applications July 31st, 2018. Full details and application instructions can be found on our webpage: https://library.si.edu/GeneralInternships Educational Programs (Storytime) Smithsonian Libraries Education Department is looking more »
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in the world’s largest museum library? Now is your chance! For Spring 2018, the Smithsonian Libraries will host internships in four diverse areas. Read below for more details and visit our Internship page for additional information and application instructions. Modern and Contemporary Art, A to Z The Smithsonian Institution Libraries artists’ files are an exceptional resource for art historical research. The more »
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in the world’s largest museum library? Now is your chance! For Fall 2017, the Smithsonian Libraries will host internships through three distinct programs:
Are you a student interested in Native American art? What about developing educational programs or learning about the library digitization process? If any of those pique your interest, take a look at our General Internship offerings for Summer 2017. Applications close April 2nd! Below are brief descriptions of the individual projects.
This post was written by Amber Collins, graphic design intern during Summer 2016. Hi, my name is Amber. I am an undergraduate student at the University of Chicago studying Visual Art. I am most interested in analog processes of image making as well as museology, particularly the curatorial design of Marcel Duchamp and El Lissitzky. I had the wonderful opportunity to spend the summer working at the Smithsonian. I interned for the Smithsonian Libraries’ Advancement Office as a Graphic Design intern. With my supervisors’ (Allie Swislocki, Anna Ogg, and Liz O’Brien) vision and guidance, I created design materials for a number of Smithsonian Libraries’ events.
This post was written by Katrin Richter, intern at the National Museum of American History Library through the Whitworth Smithsonian Internship Program. Are you interested in learning more about interning with Smithsonian Libraries? Visit our Internships and Fellowships page and explore our Summer 2016 opportunities. Applications close April 1st, 2016. During my three weeks in January as an intern at the Smithsonian Libraries, I gained an understanding of librarianship, as well as a more »
The Smithsonian Libraries is currently accepting applications for Spring 2016 internships. These projects would be great educational experiences for library science students performing work for practicum or field study requirements. Field Book Project Cataloging: The Smithsonian Field Book Project is heavily involved in doing original cataloging on natural history archival collections, specifically field collecting documentation. The intern would assist the Project’s chief cataloger, who would set aside specific collections that would make more »
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