The 13-week, paid internship, available spring, summer or fall, is a structured educational experience designed to provide hands-on, real-world experience that complements students’ academic work. Interns work alongside professional archivists and research staff on both special projects and on-going programs. Interns’ responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, arranging, describing, preserving and making records available for research. Students will have the opportunity to work with various collections of documents, photos, reports, and records. Interns may perform routine genealogical and legislative research. In addition to the hands-on activities, reading material on the role and value of archives is made available, and tours of local archival, historical and political sites are organized with the intention of providing interns with both practical and academic knowledge.For additional information, see the Internship Brochure or click here to apply. If you have other questions, contact the Internship Coordinator at 717-783-3866.