Opportunities

  • student/intern
    Intern/Volunteer in Geographic Information Science Program The Geographic Information Science Program is intended for currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students.
  • student/intern
    Archaeological Research Interns in The Kislak Collection The Archaeological Research Internship in The Kislak Collection is intended for currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students and provides an opportunity to work with a world class collection of archaeological objects in a search setting.
  • student/intern
    Business Reference Section - Volunteer Internship Program The Business Reference Section Volunteer Internship Program is intended for currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students interested in business development, library sciences, economics or labor studies to assist with producing annotated bibliographies and updating the Business Reference Services' web page.
  • researcher/fellow
    Florence Tan Moeson Fellowship Program The Florence Tan Moeson Fellowship Program is intended to assist graduate students, independent scholars, researchers, and librarians an opportunity to pursue research in the area of Asian studies, using the unparalleled collections of the Asian Division and the Library of Congress.
  • volunteer
    Geospatial Volunteer Program The Geospatial Volunteer Program is intended for individuals interested in geography, cartography and geospatial studies.
  • researcher/fellow
    Global Legal Research Volunteer Internship Program The Law Library Global Legal Research Volunteer Internship Program is a volunteer internship intended for law school students interested in foreign law.
  • student/intern
    The Hispanic Division: Volunteer Internship Program The Hispanic Division Volunteer Internship Program is a volunteer program intended for currently enrolled undergraduate students and individuals interested in Hispanic collections conservation, preservation, library sciences, humanities, art and culture.
  • professional
    Jon B. Lovelace Fellowship for the Study of the Alan Lomax Collection The Jon B. Lovelace Fellowship for the Study of the Alan Lomax Collection (donated by the Lovelace Family Trust in honor of James H. Billington) invites qualified scholars to apply for a post-doctoral fellowship for advanced research based on the Alan Lomax Collection.
  • volunteer
    Kluge Center Volunteer The Kluge Volunteer Program is intended for currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students or library professionals interested in assisting researchers of humanities and social sciences.
  • professional
    Kluge Fellowship in Digital Studies The Kluge Fellowship in Digital Studies is intended to examine the impact of the digital revolution on society, culture and international relations using the Library’s collections and resources.
  • researcher/fellow
    Kluge Fellowship Program The Kluge Fellowship Program invites qualified scholars to conduct research at the Kluge Center using the Library of Congress collections and resources for a period of four to eleven months. The Kluge Center especially encourages humanistic and social science research that makes use of the Library's large and varied collections. Interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, or multilingual research is particularly welcome.
  • professional
    Kluge Staff Fellowship Program The annual Kluge Staff Fellowship Program is a fellowship competition open only to Library of Congress staff members. Library staff wishing additional information on this fellowship may go to the LC Staff Intranet.
  • student/intern
    Law Library Volunteer Internship Program The Law Library Volunteer Internship is a volunteer internship intended for students interested in law librarianship from graduate students in library science or law-related professions and disciplines.
  • student/intern
    Preservation Digital Technology Volunteer Internship Program (Preservation Reformatting Division) The Preservation Digital Technology Volunteer Internship Program provides experience with all aspects of digital and microfilm reformatting for currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students or other library professional.
  • student/intern
    Preservation Internship Program (Binding and Collections Care Division and Mass Deacidification) The Preservation Internship Program (Binding and Collections Care Division and Mass Deacidification ) is intended for library preservation students seeking a short-term internship (usually 1-3 months) that provides an opportunity to gain experience in collections conservation, library binding and/or mass deacidification workflows.
  • student/intern
    Preservation Internship Program (Conservation Division) The Preservation Internship Program (Conservation Division) is intended for conservation students seeking a short-term internship (usually summer, spring, or fall term) that provides an opportunity to gain further experience in special collections conservation.
  • student/intern
    Preservation Science Volunteer Internship Program (Preservation Research and Testing Division) The Preservation Science Volunteer Internship Program is intended for chemistry, science and forensic science majors who are currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students. This program also welcomes visiting scholars and students getting experience before attending graduates school.
  • volunteer
    Preservation Volunteer Program (Binding and Collections Care Division and Mass Deacidification) The Preservation Volunteer Program is intended to provide entry level experience in collections conservation and preservation for applicants preparing to apply to library preservation graduate school or for retired preservation professionals.
  • volunteer
    Preservation Volunteer Program (Conservation Division) The Preservation Volunteer Program (Conservation Division) is intended for specific experiential needs of applicants considering application to conservation graduate programs or for retired preservation professionals.
  • student/intern
    Remote Metadata Volunteer Internship (Unpaid) The Law Library Metadata Internship (unpaid) allows volunteers to learn about research and online searching from the “inside out” by creating metadata and keywords from historical legal material that will facilitate the discoverability of this material on the web. Volunteers are able to work in their home or school environment with the convenience of flexible timing.
  • researcher/fellow
    Scholar-in-Resident The Law Library Scholar-in-Resident is intended to further legal scholarship offering an opportunity for a scholar, researcher or library professional desiring to conduct in-depth research that would further the mission of the Law Library of Congress in serving the United States Congress and all of its constituents.
  • student/intern
    Science Reference Section - Volunteer Internship Program The Science Reference Section Volunteer Internship Program is intended for currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students interested in all areas of science, technology and library sciences to assist with producing annotated bibliographies and updating the Science Reference Services' web page and support special projects and events, depending on their experience and the needs of the section
  • professional
    U.S. Copyright Office: Abraham L. Kaminstein Scholar in Residence Program The U.S. Copyright Office Abraham L. Kaminstein Scholar in Residence Program invites leading academics with a demonstrated commitment to the study of copyright law and policy to spend time at the Copyright Office, at the invitation of the Register, conducting research and/or working on mutually beneficial projects. Appointments are not made on any fixed schedule but are instead based on the availability of qualified...
  • student/intern
    U.S. Copyright Office: Information Technology Internship The U.S. Copyright Office Information Technology Internship provides a volunteer learning experience for students currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students (within one year of graduation) who are interested in the implementation of information technology and library sciences. The program provides an opportunity to work on special projects or supplement staff assignments with technical support while gaining knowledge of established technical procedures and processes and...
  • student/intern
    HACU Cooperative Education Program The Library of Congress HACU Cooperative Education Program is intended for students who are initially hired as temporary employees for a period of 10 to 15 weeks, not to exceed one year. Temporary appointments may be extended in one-year increments as long as the student continues to meet program eligibility requirements and is working at an acceptable level of performance. Co-op students and their...
  • student/intern
    U.S. Copyright Office: Historical Public Records Internship The U.S. Copyright Office Historical Public Records Internship provides a volunteer learning experience for students currently enrolled graduate or undergraduate students (within one year of graduation) who are interested in the implementation of digital technology and library sciences. The program provides an opportunity to assist with the digitization and indexing of Copyright historical paper-based public records including researching data capture tools, search engines, indexing...
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    Work Study Program The Library of Congress Work Study Program is intended for a student currently enrolled and sponsored by a high school within a forty-five mile radius of the Library.