Library of Congress Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program
Interns will participate in managing digital records and inventory, arranging and cataloging historical records, and preserving special collections. Interns will be participating in an important project that serves to protect historical information for future generations.
The internships provides a generous weekly stipend. It also offers a unique opportunity for eligible students to work in the nation’s oldest cultural institution and experience working with records of historical knowledge, culture and creativity.
The Library of Congress contains the world's largest collection of knowledge in almost all languages and formats. Internship categories include Collections Preservation, Geography and Maps, Humanities, Art and Culture, Information Technology, Library Science, Chemistry and Science.
The location is usually in DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
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