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Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Metadata Enrichment Internship l Summer 2018

Background

The Frick Collection is an art museum with a collection of more than 1,100 works of art—dating from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century—displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. The Frick Art Reference Library is an internationally recognized research library that serves as one of the world’s most complete resources for the study of Western art.

Internship

The Frick Art Reference Library (FARL) is seeking a summer intern for its Metadata Enrichment Program. Under the supervision and mentorship of the Assistant Digital and Metadata Librarian and the Head of Bibliographic Records, the intern will link records in Arcade, the Library’s online catalog, to online versions of journal articles in The Frick Collection Members’ Magazine and other art historical journals. The intern will gain hands-on experience with the library’s Innovative Interfaces, Inc. system, the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) WorldCat Connexion applications, The Frick Collection web site, and the Internet Archive. The internship offers an opportunity to learn more about best practices for metadata, web site cataloging, and web archives for art resources. Exposure to other departments of the library, including opportunities to shadow and interview staff, will be arranged according to the professional interests of the successful candidate.

This internship provides a superb opportunity for participating in all aspects of the Book Department. The Frick Collection’s Book Department offers a collegial atmosphere and a valuable educational opportunity to acquire skills available in the work environment of an outstanding art library and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art.

Eligibility

Graduate students enrolled in a Master’s Degree Program in library and information science will qualify for this opportunity. Foreign nationals must have eligibility to participate in unpaid internship placements in the U.S. Applicants are responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements. There is no stipend associated with this internship.

Time Commitment

The internship generally spans from May-end of August with activities carried out 21 hours per week (120 hours total at completion of the internship program), Monday-Friday, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Benefits of an Internship with The Frick Collection

This internship provides a superb opportunity for participating in all aspects of the Book Department. The Frick Collection’s Book Department offers a collegial atmosphere and a valuable educational opportunity to acquire skills available in the work environment of an outstanding art library and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art.

Additionally, The Frick Collection offers a beautiful and pleasant work setting and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art. Unpaid interns at The Frick Collection, with activities carried out for at least two months, will be provided with two 30-day unlimited MetroCards at the beginning of their internship to help ease the concerns about living in NYC while participating in an unpaid internship. All interns of The Frick Collection may access free or discounted admission to most of New York’s finest museums. Summer interns will attend a wide range of staff-led enrichment sessions, such as gallery talks by curators and conservators, visits to conservation studios, introductions to the resources of the Frick Art Reference Library, and behind-the-scenes tours of
museums, galleries, and auction houses around New York City. The Frick provides employees, trainees, interns, and volunteers with a discount on Museum Shop purchases and a subsidized on-site staff dining service.

Application Process and Timeline

Please note that applications to multiple departments at The Frick Collection are not accepted; please apply to only one department.

Applications for the summer 2018 Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Metadata Enhancement Internship must be submitted no later than March 1, 2018. Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews, and applicants will be notified in April 2018.

All internship applications must be submitted via e-mail at internships@frick.org, as follows:

Email Subject Line: “Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Metadata Enhancement Internship— Summer 2018”

Submit PDF of cover letter and résumé.

Include the following in your cover letter:

  • Your reasons for applying for the internship, including a statement describing how this internship would enhance your academic course of study
  • Your preferred dates and hours of availability (to be discussed if selected for an interview)
  • The names, professional affiliations, telephone numbers, and email addresses of two references, at least one of which must be academic
  • Current GPA

No phone calls please.

Book Department Internships
internships@frick.org
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

For more information

Please visit our internships page at http://www.frick.org/careers/internships

Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Metadata Enrichment Internship l Summer 2018

Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Christie’s London Historic Sales Catalogs Internship l Summer 2018

Background

The Frick Collection is an art museum with a collection of more than 1,100 works of art—dating from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century—displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. The Frick Art Reference Library is an internationally recognized research library that serves as one of the world’s most complete resources for the study of Western art.

Internship

The Frick Art Reference Library (FARL) is seeking a summer intern to assist with providing access to recently acquired resources of unique value to art historical research—a set of 38 volumes comprising over 1300 auction sale catalogs formerly owned by Christie’s London, hand-annotated with buyers’ names, and a three-volume manuscript Index to sales at the house from 1903-1940. Records for these catalogs will be integrated into Arcade, the online catalog of NYARC (New York Art Resources Consortium), comprised of the libraries of The Frick Collection, MoMA, and The Brooklyn Museum. Training and supervision will be provided by professional staff.
This internship offers a valuable opportunity to build skills useful for library or museum work, including documenting primary sources for provenance and art market research, an introduction to MARC cataloging in SCIPIO (an OCLC international database of auction catalogs) using the library’s Innovative Interfaces Inc. system and the Connexion Client of OCLC, and learning the best practices for digitization. In addition, the intern will gain exposure to other departments of the library according to the successful candidate’s professional interests.

Eligibility

Graduate students enrolled in a Master’s Degree Program in library and information science. Foreign nationals must have eligibility to participate in unpaid internship placements in the U.S. Applicants are responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements. There is no stipend associated with this internship.

Time Commitment

The internship generally spans from May- end of August with activities carried out 21 hours per week (120 hours total at completion of the internship program), Monday-Friday, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Benefits of an Internship with The Frick Collection

This internship provides a superb opportunity for participating in all aspects of the Book Department. The Frick Collection’s Book Department offers a collegial atmosphere and a valuable educational opportunity to acquire skills available in the work environment of an outstanding art library and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art.

Additionally, The Frick Collection offers a beautiful and pleasant work setting and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art. Unpaid interns at The Frick Collection, with activities carried out for at least two months, will be provided with two 30-day unlimited MetroCards at the beginning of their internship to help ease the concerns about living in NYC while participating in an unpaid internship. All interns of The Frick Collection may access free or discounted admission to most of New York’s finest museums. Summer interns will attend a wide range of staff-led enrichment sessions, such as gallery talks by curators and conservators, visits to conservation studios, introductions to the resources of the Frick Art Reference Library, and behind-the-scenes tours of museums, galleries, and auction houses around New York City. The Frick provides employees, trainees, interns, and volunteers with a discount on Museum Shop purchases and a subsidized on-site staff dining service.

Application Process and Timeline

Please note that applications to multiple departments at The Frick Collection are not accepted; please apply to only one department.

Applications for the summer 2018 Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Christie’s London
Historic Sale Catalogs Internship must be submitted no later than March 1, 2018. Selected candidates will be
contacted for interviews, and applicants will be notified in April 2018.

All internship applications must be submitted via e-mail at internships@frick.org, as follows:

Email Subject Line: “Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Christie’s London Historic Sale

Catalogs Internship— Summer 2018”

Submit PDF of cover letter and résumé.

Include the following in your cover letter:

  • Your reasons for applying for the internship, including a statement describing how this internship would enhance your academic course of study
  • Your preferred dates and hours of availability (to be discussed if selected for an interview)
  • The names, professional affiliations, telephone numbers, and email addresses of two references, at least one of which must be academic
  • Current GPA

No phone calls please.

Book Department Internships
internships@frick.org
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

For more information

Please visit our internships page at http://www.frick.org/careers/internships

Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Christie’s London Historic Sales Catalogs Internship l Summer 2018

Undergraduate Frick Art Reference Library Administration Internship l Summer 2018

Background

The Frick Collection is an art museum with a collection of more than 1,100 works of art—dating from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century—displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. The Frick Art Reference Library is an internationally recognized research library that serves as one of the world’s most complete resources for the study of Western art.

Internship

Projects will include research for and the writing of webpages, blog posts, Wikipedia and Tumblr entries that relate to the Library and its collections, including archives, as well as involvement with our digital art history initiative. Individual and collaborative projects will be decided in consultation with the interns to reflect their skills and interests. Previous intern projects have included “‘This Kiss to the Whole World’: Klimt and the Vienna Secession” (http://secession.nyarc.org/) and “The Frick and La Serenissima: Arts from the Venetian Republic” Tumblr page (http://frick-venetianrepublic.tumblr.com/tagged/guardi). There is no stipend associated with this internship.

Eligibility

The Administration Internship is open to qualified undergraduate students in art history or other related fields. Foreign nationals must have eligibility to participate in unpaid internship placements in the U.S. Applicants are responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements.

Time Commitment

Intern activities are generally carried out four days a week between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.; however, an alternative schedule may be discussed.

Benefits of an Internship with The Frick Collection

Interning in the Library Administration Department will allow students to see how a major art historical library functions, to develop skills researching print and archival materials in the history of art, and to bring them to new audiences through social media.

Additionally, The Frick Collection offers a beautiful and pleasant work setting and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art. Unpaid interns at The Frick Collection, with activities carried out for at least two months, will be provided with two 30-day unlimited MetroCards at the beginning of their internship to help ease the concerns about living in NYC while participating in an unpaid internship. All interns of The Frick Collection may access free or discounted admission to most of New York’s finest museums. Summer interns will attend a wide range of staff-led enrichment sessions, such as gallery talks by curators and conservators, visits to conservation studios, introductions to the resources of the Frick Art Reference Library, and behind-the-scenes tours of museums, galleries, and auction houses around New York City. The Frick provides employees, trainees, interns, and volunteers with a discount on Museum Shop purchases and a subsidized on-site staff dining service.

Application Process and Timeline:

Please note that applications to multiple departments at The Frick Collection are not accepted; please apply to only one department.

Applications for the Summer 2018 Library Administration Department internship must be submitted no later than February 27, 2018. Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews, and applicants will be notified at the end of April 2018.

All internship applications must be submitted via e-mail to Library Administrative Assistant at internships@frick.org, as follows:

Subject Line: “FARL Administration Intern – Summer 2018”

Submit PDF of cover letter and résumé.

Include the following in your cover letter:

  • Your reasons for applying for the internship, including a statement describing how an internship would enhance your academic course of study
  • Your preferred dates and hours of availability (to be discussed if selected for an interview)
  • The names, professional affiliations, telephone numbers, and email addresses of two references, at least one of which must be academic
  • Current GPA

No phone calls please.

FARL Administration Department Internships
internships@frick.org
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

For more information

Please visit our internships page at http://www.frick.org/careers/internships

Undergraduate Frick Art Reference Library Administration Internship l Summer 2018

Undergraduate Photoarchive Internship l Summer 2018

Background

The Frick Collection is an art museum with a collection of more than 1,100 works of art—dating from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century—displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. It is considered one of the world’s most perfect museums; its sister research institution, the Frick Art Reference Library founded in 1920, is of equal distinction. The Library is an internationally recognized research library that serves as one of the world’s most complete resources for the study of Western art.

Internship

The Photoarchive, comprised of more than one million reproductions of works of art with scholarly documentation, was the founding collection of the Library. Photoarchive Department interns will utilize their art history knowledge, visual analysis skills, and organizational abilities to maximize access to the holdings. Collaborating with departmental staff, the interns will prepare new photograph acquisitions, digitize card files and enhance online records. There is no stipend associated with this internship.

Eligibility

Photoarchive internships are open to qualified undergraduate students in art history or other related fields, including library sciences, and archival studies. Attention to detail and a strong visual memory are desirable. Foreign nationals must have eligibility to participate in unpaid internship placements in the U.S. Applicants are responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements. Academic credit may be arranged for interns at their schools’ discretion.

Time Commitment

Photoarchive interns must commit to 8 weeks minimum and generally start in June, with activities carried out Monday–Thursday from 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Benefits of an Internship with The Frick Collection

Interns in the Photoarchive Department develop skills in research and archival work as well as broaden their understanding of Western art.

Additionally, The Frick Collection offers a beautiful and pleasant work setting and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art. Unpaid interns at The Frick Collection, with activities carried out for at least two months, will be provided with two 30-day unlimited MetroCards at the beginning of their internship to help ease the concerns about living in NYC while participating in an unpaid internship. All interns of The Frick Collection may access free or discounted admission to most of New York’s finest museums. Summer interns will attend a wide range of staff-led enrichment sessions, such as gallery talks by curators and conservators, visits to conservation studios, introductions to the resources of the Frick Art Reference Library, and behind-the-scenes tours of museums, galleries, and auction houses around New York City. The Frick provides employees, trainees, interns, and volunteers with a discount on Museum Shop purchases and a subsidized on-site staff dining service.

Application Process and Timeline:

Please note that applications to multiple departments at The Frick Collection are not accepted; please apply to only one department.

All Photoarchive Internship applications for summer 2018 must be submitted no later than February 16, 2018. Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews, and applicants will be notified by March 30, 2018.

All internship applications must be submitted via e-mail to internships@frick.org, as follows:

Subject Line: “Photoarchive Intern – Summer 2018”

Submit PDF cover letter and resume.

Include the following in your cover letter

  • Your reasons for applying to the Frick Art Reference Library: Photoarchive Department, including a statement describing how an internship would enhance your academic course of study
  • Your preferred dates and hours of availability (to be discussed if selected for an interview)
  • The names, professional affiliations, telephone numbers, and email addresses of two references, at least one of which must be academic
  • Current GPA

No phone calls please.

Photoarchive Internships
internships@frick.org
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

For more information

Please visit our internships page at http://www.frick.org/careers/internships

Undergraduate Photoarchive Internship l Summer 2018

Undergraduate-Graduate Digital Art History Lab Internship l Summer 2018

Background

The Frick Collection is an art museum with a collection of more than 1,100 works of art—dating from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century—displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. It is considered one of the world’s most perfect museums; its sister research institution, the Frick Art Reference Library founded in 1920, is of equal distinction. The library is an internationally recognized research library that serves as one of the world’s most complete resources for the study of Western art.

Internship

The DAHL intern for Summer 2018 will work with a specialist in Spanish art on a database that traces the attribution, exhibition, and collecting histories of paintings formerly or currently attributed to El Greco. These databases will complement existing Frick research resources such as the Spanish Artists Dictionary by providing additional rich datasets for practitioners of the rapidly growing field of Digital Art History. There is no stipend associated with this internship.

Eligibility

The DAHL internship is open to qualified undergraduate and masters students in art history or other relevant fields, including library sciences, digital humanities, and archival studies. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and excellent research skills are required. Candidates with a reading knowledge of Spanish and an interest in early modern Spanish art are encouraged to apply. Foreign nationals must have eligibility to participate in unpaid internship placements in the U.S. Applicants are responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements. Academic credit may be arranged for interns at their schools’ discretion.

Time Commitment

The DAHL intern must commit to 8 weeks minimum starting in June, with activities carried out Monday–Thursday from 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

Benefits of an Internship with The Frick Collection

Interns will develop crucial skills in provenance research, archival work, and the methodologies of Digital Art History.

Additionally, The Frick Collection offers a beautiful and pleasant work setting and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art. Unpaid interns at The Frick Collection, with activities carried out for at least two months, will be provided with two 30-day unlimited MetroCards at the beginning of their internship to help ease the concerns about living in NYC while participating in an unpaid internship. All interns of The Frick Collection may access free or discounted admission to most of New York’s finest museums. Summer interns will attend a wide range of staff-led enrichment sessions, such as gallery talks by curators and conservators, visits to conservation studios, introductions to the resources of the Frick Art Reference Library, and behind-the-scenes tours of museums, galleries, and auction houses around New York City. The Frick provides employees, trainees, interns, and volunteers with a discount on Museum Shop purchases and a subsidized on-site staff dining service.

Application Process and Timeline:

Please note that applications to multiple departments at The Frick Collection are not accepted; please apply to only one department.

The DAHL Internship application for Summer 2018 must be submitted no later than February 16, 2018. Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews, and applicants will be notified by March 30, 2018.

All internship applications must be submitted via e-mail to internships@frick.org, as follows:

Subject Line: “DAHL Intern – Summer 2018”

Submit PDF cover letter and resume.

Include the following in your cover letter:

  • Your reasons for applying to the Digital Art History Lab of the Frick Art Reference Library, including a statement describing how this internship would enhance your academic course of study
  • Your preferred dates (to be discussed if selected for an interview)
  • The names, professional affiliations, telephone numbers, and email addresses of two references, at least one of which must be academic
  • Current GPA

No phone calls please.

DAHL Internship
internships@frick.org
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

For more information

Please visit our internships page at http://www.frick.org/careers/internships

Undergraduate-Graduate Digital Art History Lab Internship l Summer 2018

Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Metadata Enrichment Internship

Background
The Frick Collection is an art museum with a collection of more than 1,100 works of art—dating from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century—displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. The Frick Art Reference Library is an internationally recognized research library that serves as one of the world’s most complete resources for the study of Western art.

Internship
The Frick Art Reference Library (FARL) is seeking a summer intern for its Metadata Enrichment Program. Under the supervision and mentorship of the Assistant Digital and Metadata Librarian and the Head of Bibliographic Records, the intern will link records in Arcade, the Library’s online catalog, to online versions of journal articles in The Frick Collection Members’ Magazine and other art historical journals. The intern will gain hands-on experience with the library’s Innovative Interfaces, Inc. system, the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) WorldCat Connexion applications, The Frick Collection web site, and the Internet Archive. The internship offers an opportunity to learn more about best practices for metadata, web site cataloging, and web archives for art resources. Exposure to other departments of the library, including opportunities to shadow and interview staff, will be arranged according to the professional interests of the successful candidate.

This internship provides a superb opportunity for participating in all aspects of the Book Department. The Frick Collection’s Book Department offers a collegial atmosphere and a valuable educational opportunity to acquire skills available in the work environment of an outstanding art library and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art.

Eligibility
Graduate students enrolled in a Master’s Degree Program in library and information science will qualify for this opportunity. Foreign nationals must have eligibility to participate in unpaid internship placements in the U.S. Applicants are responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements. There is no stipend associated with this internship.

Time Commitment
The internship generally spans from May-end of August with activities carried out 21 hours per week (120 hours total at completion of the internship program), Monday-Friday, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Benefits of an Internship with The Frick Collection
This internship provides a superb opportunity for participating in all aspects of the Book Department. The Frick Collection’s Book Department offers a collegial atmosphere and a valuable educational opportunity to acquire skills available in the work environment of an outstanding art library and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art.

Additionally, The Frick Collection offers a beautiful and pleasant work setting and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art. Unpaid interns at The Frick Collection, with activities carried out for at least two months, will be provided with two 30-day unlimited MetroCards at the beginning of their internship to help ease the concerns about living in NYC while participating in an unpaid internship. All interns of The Frick Collection may access free or discounted admission to most of New York’s finest museums. Summer interns will attend a wide range of staff-led enrichment sessions, such as gallery talks by curators and conservators, visits to conservation studios, introductions to the resources of the Frick Art Reference Library, and behind-the-scenes tours of
museums, galleries, and auction houses around New York City. The Frick provides employees, trainees, interns, and
volunteers with a discount on Museum Shop purchases and a subsidized on-site staff dining service.

Application Process and Timeline
Please note that applications to multiple departments at The Frick Collection are not accepted; please apply to only one department.

Applications for the summer 2018 Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Metadata Enhancement Internship must be submitted no later than March 1, 2018. Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews, and applicants will be notified in April 2018.

All internship applications must be submitted via e-mail at internships@frick.org, as follows:

Email Subject Line: “Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Metadata Enhancement Internship— Summer 2018”
Submit PDF of cover letter and résumé.

Include the following in your cover letter:

  • Your reasons for applying for the internship, including a statement describing how this internship would enhance your academic course of study
  • Your preferred dates and hours of availability (to be discussed if selected for an interview)
  • The names, professional affiliations, telephone numbers, and email addresses of two references, at least one of which must be academic
  • Current GPA

No phone calls please.

Book Department Internships
internships@frick.org
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

For more information
Please visit our internships page at http://www.frick.org/careers/internships

Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Metadata Enrichment Internship

Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Christie’s London Historic Sale Catalogs Internship

Background
The Frick Collection is an art museum with a collection of more than 1,100 works of art—dating from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century—displayed in the intimate surroundings of the former home of Henry Clay Frick. The residence, with its furnishings and works of art, has been open to the public since 1935. The Frick Art Reference Library is an internationally recognized research library that serves as one of the world’s most complete resources for the study of Western art.

Internship
The Frick Art Reference Library (FARL) is seeking a summer intern to assist with providing access to recently acquired resources of unique value to art historical research—a set of 38 volumes comprising over 1300 auction sale catalogs formerly owned by Christie’s London, hand-annotated with buyers’ names, and a three-volume manuscript Index to sales at the house from 1903-1940. Records for these catalogs will be integrated into Arcade, the online catalog of NYARC (New York Art Resources Consortium), comprised of the libraries of The Frick Collection, MoMA, and The Brooklyn Museum. Training and supervision will be provided by professional staff.
This internship offers a valuable opportunity to build skills useful for library or museum work, including documenting primary sources for provenance and art market research, an introduction to MARC cataloging in SCIPIO (an OCLC international database of auction catalogs) using the library’s Innovative Interfaces Inc. system and the Connexion Client of OCLC, and learning the best practices for digitization. In addition, the intern will gain exposure to other departments of the library according to the successful candidate’s professional interests.

Eligibility
Graduate students enrolled in a Master’s Degree Program in library and information science. Foreign nationals must have eligibility to participate in unpaid internship placements in the U.S. Applicants are responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements. There is no stipend associated with this internship.

Time Commitment
The internship generally spans from May- end of August with activities carried out 21 hours per week (120 hours total at completion of the internship program), Monday-Friday, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Benefits of an Internship with The Frick Collection
This internship provides a superb opportunity for participating in all aspects of the Book Department. The Frick Collection’s Book Department offers a collegial atmosphere and a valuable educational opportunity to acquire skills available in the work environment of an outstanding art library and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art.

Additionally, The Frick Collection offers a beautiful and pleasant work setting and an excellent opportunity to appreciate some of the world’s finest works of art. Unpaid interns at The Frick Collection, with activities carried out for at least two months, will be provided with two 30-day unlimited MetroCards at the beginning of their internship to help ease the concerns about living in NYC while participating in an unpaid internship. All interns of The Frick Collection may access free or discounted admission to most of New York’s finest museums. Summer interns will attend a wide range of staff-led enrichment sessions, such as gallery talks by curators and conservators, visits to conservation studios, introductions to the resources of the Frick Art Reference Library, and behind-the-scenes tours of museums, galleries, and auction houses around New York City. The Frick provides employees, trainees, interns, and volunteers with a discount on Museum Shop purchases and a subsidized on-site staff dining service.

Application Process and Timeline
Please note that applications to multiple departments at The Frick Collection are not accepted; please apply to only one department.

Applications for the summer 2018 Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Christie’s London Historic Sale Catalogs Internship must be submitted no later than March 1, 2018. Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews, and applicants will be notified in April 2018.

All internship applications must be submitted via e-mail at internships@frick.org, as follows:

Email Subject Line: “Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Christie’s London Historic Sale Catalogs Internship— Summer 2018”

Submit PDF of cover letter and résumé.

Include the following in your cover letter:

  • Your reasons for applying for the internship, including a statement describing how this internship would enhance your academic course of study
  • Your preferred dates and hours of availability (to be discussed if selected for an interview)
  • The names, professional affiliations, telephone numbers, and email addresses of two references, at least one of which must be academic
  • Current GPA

No phone calls please.

Book Department Internships
internships@frick.org
The Frick Collection
1 East 70th Street
New York, NY 10021

For more information
Please visit our internships page at http://www.frick.org/careers/internships

Graduate Frick Art Reference Library Book Department Christie’s London Historic Sales Catalogs Internship

ARST 595 Professional Experience – Teck Resources Limited 2

Teck Resources Limited has an internship position available from May to July for an archival studies student.

The Intern will have an opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects related to Archives and Records Management in a corporate setting under the supervision of Terra Dickson and other professionals on the Information Management team.

Teck Resources Limited is a diversified resource company committed to responsible mining and mineral development with major business units focused on copper, steelmaking coal, zinc and energy headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

The pursuit of sustainability guides Teck’s approach to business. Teck is building partnerships and capacity to confront sustainability challenges within the regions in which it operates and at the global level. In 2017, Teck was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI) for the eighth straight year, indicating that Teck’s sustainability practices rank in the top 10 per cent of the world’s 2,500 largest public companies in the S&P Global Broad Market Index.

Teck has had a formal Records Management Program in place since 2011 and materials in its Corporate Archives date back to the earliest days of its two predecessor companies – Teck Corporation and Cominco.

The internship will expose the intern to a unique experience working with historical and contemporary archival holdings of Teck’s Corporate Archives as well as offering insight into the company Records Management Program. The intern will undertake a wide variety of tasks related to the management of a Corporate Archives, the ongoing deployment of the Records Management program, and will work with highly qualified and experienced Archivists and Records Managers.

The work will be planned in collaboration with the student and will include:

  • Appraisal, accessioning, and arranging and describing materials in the archives backlog.
  • Re-housing archival materials in keeping with archival and conservation best practices.
  • Undertaking research/reference requests and searches in the Archives as required.
  • Assisting in the creation of retention schedules by undertaking research into applicable legislation.
  • Participating in meetings, workshops and tasks related to the ongoing development, deployment and sustainment of TeckDocs, Teck’s electronic document and records management system.
  • Helping to administer offsite storage services for the Vancouver office.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Records Management team.

For additional information about Teck Resources Limited see: www.teck.com

How to apply

This is a 12-week unpaid placement for 3-credits under ARST 595 Internship. Interested students should forward a current resume and cover letter to Terra Dickson at Terra.Dickson@teck.com.

Applicants must be current graduate students who have completed the MAS Core plus ARST 520 and 9 additional ARST course credits.

Applicants should be able to demonstrate

  • An understanding of archival theory and practice including Rules for Archival Description and basic archival preservation best practice
  • The ability to multi-task and prioritize work effectively
  • Proven research and analytical skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Experience with standard desktop applications

At Teck, we value diversity. Our teams work collaboratively and respect each person’s unique perspective and contribution.

We wish to thank all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for the position.  Your application to this posting is deemed to be your consent to the collection, use and necessary disclosure of personal information for the purposes of recruitment. Teck respects the privacy of all applicants and the confidentiality of personal information.

ARST 595 Internship Opportunity – Teck Resources Limited

Spring 2018 Internships at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library & Archives (http://library.rockhall.com) offers opportunities for intern experiences to graduate students preparing for careers in libraries and archives. Interns will work closely with one of the Rock Hall’s librarians or archivists to develop professional level skills that will prepare them for the workforce. Internships are done on a volunteer basis. The Rock Hall does not offer compensation.

Internships are offered in the following areas:

Archival Arrangement, Preservation, and Description
This internship provides the opportunity for a student to participate in archival processing and preservation work, such as inventorying, arranging and describing archival collections, entering and editing data in a collection management system, and performing basic preservation work. Other duties may include testing new workflows and metadata cleanup for an upcoming collection management system migration.

Cataloging and Metadata
This internship provides the opportunity for a student to create and enhance bibliographic records in a library catalog and/or create metadata for digital collections. Such work may entail assigning subject and name access points, preparing descriptive summaries, determining and adding holdings for serials, and reviewing catalog records for accuracy. Other duties may include testing new workflows and metadata cleanup for an upcoming collection management system migration.

Collection Development
This internship provides an opportunity for a student to participate in collection development activities in a music research library. Such work includes evaluating current materials for deaccession and making recommendations for future additions to the collection. The student will gain an understanding of library users’ needs, the constraints of physical space, various resources and tools used in collection development, and the budgetary considerations required of such decisions. Knowledge of rock and roll music and its history required.

Digital Projects
This internship provides the opportunity for a student to work in support of digitization initiatives to increase access to collections through digitization and website access. Possible assignments include digitization, ingest, and creation of metadata in a digital asset management system, preparing technical and administrative documentation, testing digitization workflows, and assisting with interface design.

Public Services
This internship provides the opportunity for a student to support the public services provided by the Library & Archives. Possible work to include responding to research requests; staffing the Information Desk to assist researchers in person; creating research guides and other access points into our collections; and assisting with events, public programs, exhibits, and instruction for classes.

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Eligibility 

An intern must currently be enrolled in a college or graduate school program. The intern should have completed coursework related to: Archives, Library and Information Science, Public History, History, Museum Studies or equivalent. Should have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Availability to work 16 or more hours a week, up to 36 hours a week during the summer, for a minimum of 8 weeks. Graduate students preferred. Intern must be available during the hours of Monday to Friday 9 a.m to 5 p.m.

Requirements

  • Basic understanding of archival arrangement and description
  • Detail-oriented
  • Skilled with computers and databases
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively
  • Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.

Apply at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=ROCKROLLFA&jobId=16832&lang=en_US

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