Each of the three special collections departments offers internship opportunities to students who wish to gain experience working with archival collections. Please email or call the designated contact listed on each posting for more information.
Work Requirements: 350 hours over 10 weeks between May 18 and August 15, 2015
Stipend: $4,200.00 (without housing); $2,100 (housing included)
Contact: Mat Darby, Head of Arrangement and Description ( firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-542-0627)
Summary of Internship
The Russell Library Internship provides hands-on experience with all areas of archival work, including accessioning and processing of paper and digital archival materials, outreach, and donor relations.
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About the Richard B. Russell Library
The Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies (RBRL), one of three special collections based at the University of Georgia Libraries, serves as a center for the research and study of modern American politics and policymaking. With particular emphasis on the role of Georgia and the U.S. Congress, current collection development and programming initiatives focus on the dynamic relationship of politics, policy, and culture - generated wherever public interest intersects with government.