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Internships and Fellowships

Featured Programs & Events

IFP has selected sample articles, videos and blogs to give an insight into various programs.

  • IFP Featured Internship: Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities National Internship Program external
    "Opening Doors of Opportunity, Abriendo Puertas de Oportunidad"
    HNIP can be the formative experience by which graduate and undergraduate students can grow both personally and professionally.
  • IFP Featured Article: "Library Welcomes HACU Interns"
    Mark Puente, Association of Research Libraries Director of Diversity and Leadership Programs
    On March 21st, IFP hosted a lecture entitled "Librarianship and Leadership" attended by 50 participants in the HACU National Internship Program currently working at federal agencies throughout the nation’s capitol.
  • IFP Featured Gazette Article: Summertime Internships Help Students Reflect, Move Forward
    This internship supports the continuing education goals of National and International Outreach and the Library of Congress by coordinating interns who gain experience from and contribute to the work of the Library.
  • IFP Featured Blog: "Huelga! Teaching about the Legacy of César Chávez"
    Vincent Acuña, Intern, Educational Outreach researched and wrote this blog post as part of his internship experience in the Library of Congress Spring 2017 Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities National Internship Program
  • IFP Featured Internship: Preservation Internship
    The Preservation Internship, hosted by the Conservation Division or Binding and Collections Care Division of Library Services, is intended for library preservation students seeking a short-term internship (usually 1-3 months) that provides and opportunity to gain experience in collections conservation, library binding and/or mass de-acidification workflows.
  • IFP Featured Gazette Article: "Constitution Annotated Enters New Era"
    Junior Fellows researched and presented a signature collection of the Library of Congress. For more than 100 years, "The Constitution of the United States: Analysis and Interpretation" has served as the nation’s pre-eminent constitutional law resource. Now in its second century, the Constitution Annotated (or CONAN, as it is commonly called) is poised to become modernized to reach a broader audience, including children, teens and young adults.
  • IFP Featured Webcast: "Broken Cylinders"
    Interns and Fellows at the Library of Congress work with professionals and pursue career development in the field of preservation. Eric Monroe discusses the nature of damage to early wax cylinder audio recordings during storage. He is supervisory physical scientist in the preservation research and testing division of the Library of Congress.
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