Internship and Fellowship Opportunities for Qualified Students

Goucher Library Rare Book and Archive Internships and Fellowships: Students trained in English/BKS 341 and others with appropriate bibliographic and archival skills are eligible to work in Special Collections and Archives on summer and regular semester internships and fellowships funded by the Brooke and Carol Peirce Center for Undergraduate Study in Special Collections and Archives, the Patricelli Family Foundation, and the Sally Barnes Foundation.  Contact Arnie Sanders, Tara Olivero, and Nancy Magnuson for further information.

Walters Art Museum Internships: The Walters offers both paid and unpaid internships to students who want to work in the collection.  Click here for a link to their internship site.  Deadline for application for the paid internships is February 15.  Unpaid internship deadlines are: Fall Semester, July 15; January Term, October 15; Spring Semester, November 1; Summer Semester, April 15.  Contact Arnie Sanders for further information.

Library of Congress Internships: LOC internships usually are available only to graduate literature students, but graduates of English 241 have been encouraged to apply based on past successes.  Contact Arnie Sanders for further information.

Folger Shakespeare Library Internships: The Folger offers unpaid internships during the summer for students with training in specific eras of English and American literature.  Each Folger curator usually takes on one or more interns to assist with cataloging and exhibit preparation.  Contact Arnie Sanders for further information.

Johns Hopkins Art as Applied to Medicine Department Internships: The JHAAM school has trained medical illustrators since its founding in the nineteenth century by Max Brödel with funding from Henry Walters.  The school is the most selective and successful of its type in the world.  Its archive includes original drawings, paintings, and engravings used to illustrate medical text books, as well as artifacts from the careers of  Brödel and other faculty members.  Unpaid internships are offered to students with archival methods and/or rare book bibliography training, but it is highly desirable that candidates would have backgrounds in one or more of the following areas: biology, studio art or art history, or written German (including Gothic script).  Contact Arnie Sanders for more information.