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Graduate Summer Intern, Yale University Archives, New Haven, CT

The Yale University Archives is pleased to announce it is accepting applications for its inaugural graduate summer internship.


The internship, supported by a generous gift from J. Frederick Berg '66, is open to graduate students in good standing currently enrolled full-time in an accredited graduate program in archival or library information science with at least one completed course of archival study. The selected intern will spend the summer of 2019 working in the Yale University Archives participating in the appraisal and processing of newly acquired Yale University records. The intern will also be introduced to other work across the repository and to the other special collection repositories across the Library.


The internship will run from June to August 2019 (precise dates to be worked out upon selection for the internship). The intern will be working in the Yale University Archives from 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday - Friday under the supervision of the University Archivist. The intern will be paid an hourly rate of $15.38 to cover living expenses. In addition to the assigned duties, the intern will be expected to give a brief presentation to the donor upon completion of the internship.


Interested students should prepare a resume and a one-page letter of interest and send them to The subject line should be "Summer Archives Internship."Application materials will be accepted until Friday, March 22, 2019. Selected applicants must complete a background check. Anyone interested in more information should email


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