Non-Paid U.S. Copyright Office: Product Management Internship

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  • Hosting Service Unit: Copyright
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  • Interests/Areas of Study: Information Systems, Business Administration, and Engineering
  • Citizenship: U.S. Citizen; Permanent Resident; Visa Holder
  • Application Period: Ongoing
  • Application Notes: Apply at least 2 months in advance of tentative start date, if possible. See program website above for further information on the application process. Email the program contact for additional information.
  • Compensation: Non-paid
  • Academic Credit: The Library does not provide academic credit, but you may arrange with your school in advance to receive credit.
  • Available Benefits: Transit determined case by case. LC Internal Discounts.
  • Program Duration: Negotiable. Negotiable. 90-360 days
  • Qualifications: Currently Enrolled Students (Undergraduate, Graduate)

The Product Management Division directs and coordinates all modernization activities on behalf of the U.S. Copyright Office, including resources, communications, stakeholder engagement, and business project management. It ensures that modernization activities are continuously aligned with the Office’s and the Library of Congress’s strategic goals, and collaborates with the Office and the Library to drive modernization efforts. It provides project management, data management/analytics, and business analysis. It also serves as the primary liaison with the Library of Congress’s Office and Chief Information Officer (“OCIO”) and serves in a leadership function on the Office's Modernization Governance Board.

This internship provides invaluable knowledge and work experience through a variety of tasks that support the product management lifecycle for business products used throughout the entire Copyright Office. Interns will have an opportunity to work on special projects or supplement PMD staff assignments with a focus on product management, data management, process and business analysis, and communication.

College Students (Undergraduate and Graduate Students)