Job Posting: DLF Interns

Digital Library Federation Intern

June/July 2013
20 hours/week
Washington, DC

The DLF seeks a part time intern for two months this summer.

This is an excellent opportunity for a library student to learn how a library service organization works. The intern will work on a variety of projects including large-scale meeting planning, web updates, research, and written documentation.

We are looking for a motivated, organized, self-starter with excellent writing skills who is interested in the digital library field. Experience with WordPress and social media a plus.

By May 10th, 2013, please send a resume and cover letter to:

Louisa Kwasigroch – lkwasigroch (at) clir.org

Please use “DLF Intern” as the subject.

Digital Library Federation Archivist Intern

June/July 2013
20 hours/week
Washington, DC

The DLF seeks a part time intern for a summer project.

This is an excellent opportunity for a library student interested in archives. The DLF has nearly 10 years of institutional materials that require organization and weeding. The intern will get the DLF Archive in order and write a brief history of the Digital Library Federation for use online.

The ideal candidate will have education or experience in archives and is an excellent writer.

By May 10th, 2013, please send a resume and cover letter to:

Louisa Kwasigroch – lkwasigroch (at) clir.org

Please use “DLF Archivist Intern” as the subject.

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