George Blood Audio and George Blood Video, in Philadelphia, a leading provider of audio and video digitization for preservation, has invited applications from graduate students in archives, library, or similar areas of study for its 2011 Summer Internship, which will last for six or eight weeks. According to an announcement posted by the company, candidates should submit a résumé, the names of two references, and a cover letter with a statement describing the applicant’s vision of her or his internship, its goals and how the outcome is to be measured, preferred schedule (early in the summer or late), and a work schedule – including any expected conflicts (most interns work Monday-Friday, 40hrs/week). The company will will contact applicants by March 1 2011 if it wishes to schedule an interview, and the successful applicant will be announced by April 1 2011.
Application materials should be addressed to to:
Cassandra Gallegos, Preservation Administrator; George Blood Audio and Video; 21 W. Highland Avenue; Philadelphia, PA 19118; 215-248-2100