New Year, New Work?

posted December 30, 2011

The Bay Area Video Coalition is looking for an unpaid preservation intern, to begin in February 2012 and work at least three months. BAVC is a leading vendor in the field of archival video and audio preservation and provides training and access to emerging media technologies for public media producers, independent artists, at-risk youths, and

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Magnetic Media Preservation Internship

posted April 29, 2011

The Standby Program, a non-profit media arts service organization that provides artists with access to media technology by forming partnerships with commercial post-production facilities, is seeking an intern for its video and audio preservation program. According to the program’s announcement, interns will gain hands-on experience and participate in the day-to-day workings of a magnetic media

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Bruckheimer Films Internship

posted March 29, 2011

Jerry Bruckheimer Films in Santa Monica, California, is looking for archive interns for Spring session. Candidates must be able to start in April 2011. Interns will assist the archivist in day-to-day activities and other projects, and will gain experience in cataloging, organizing archival material, and processing materials for the digital collection. Must be enrolled in a

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Internship at Blood Audio & Video

posted January 8, 2011

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

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Lennox Foundation Internship – Iowa State U

posted December 8, 2010

Iowa State University is accepting applications for the 2011 Lennox Foundation Preservation and Conservation Internship. The 12-week internship, with a stipend and paid expenses, lets graduate students and recent graduates of preservation or conservation programs apply their skills and knowledge of care and treatment of library and archives materials in an academic library. Interns learn about the

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National Museum of the American Indian Internship Program

posted May 27, 2010

The National Museum of the American Indian, in Washington DC, seeks students interested in gaining museum practice and program development experience to work as interns during four sessions lasting 10 weeks throughout the year. The positions are open to current or prospective graduate students in all fields of study, regardless of citizenship. Applicants must be

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