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    The Library of Congress Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program enables undergraduate and graduate students to experience the integrated analog and digital collections and services of the world's largest library. Working under the direction of Library curators and specialists, fellows increase access to and engagement with collection materials. United States citizens currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate school are invited to apply for consideration as a Junior Fellow.

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    Responsibilities

    This program offers undergraduate and graduate students insights into the environment and culture of the world's largest and most comprehensive repository of human knowledge. Interns will be exposed to a broad spectrum of library work: copyright, preservation, reference, access standards, and information management. Interns inventory, catalog, arrange, preserve, and research a backlog of copyright or special collections in many different formats in various divisions, and assist with digital preservation outreach activities throughout the Library. Near the end of their appointment at the Library, the interns join together to present a display of historically significant Library collections and information discovered through research conducted in the course of their work.

    2021 Projects:
    The project names for 2021 are listed below. For full project descriptions and list of required skills/knowledge for each project, applicants must review the information at: https://www.loc.gov/item/internships/junior-fellows-program/ prior to applying.

    #1. Legal Reports Archive — Law Library Digital Resources Division

    #2. Sustainability of Digital Formats Research — Digital Collections Management & Services

    #3. LC Rights-Restricted Digital Collection — Digital Collections Management & Services

    #4. Swinging Cords and Literature Map — Hispanic Division

    #5. BEOnline Business Website Collection Review — Science, Technology & Business

    #6. Arithmetic, Numeracy, Literacy and Imagination — Science, Technology & Business

    #7. The Rise of American Industrialists — Science, Technology & Business

    #8. Latin American Food Studies — Science, Technology & Business

    #9. The AAPB Online Exhibit Curation Project — National Audio-Visual Conservation Center

    #10. Manuscript Division Reference and Resources - Manuscript Division

    #11. Franklin Book Program: Identifying Bengali Titles from the— Asian Division

    #12. New Ways to See Lighting and Fading Data — Preservation Research & Testing Division

    #13. Preservation: Cataloguing & Characterization — Preservation Research & Testing Division       

    #14. African Section Poster Collection — African and Middle East Division   

    #15. New Technologies for Ancient Hebrew Texts — Hebraic Section          

    #16. Carvalho Monteiro Collection — Collections Management Division 

    #17. Copyright Communication and Data Analytics — Public Information & Education 

    #18. LC Labs Outreach and Audience Research — Digital Strategy

    #19. Constitution Annotated Website:  Supreme Court Biographies — American Law Division

    #20. Primary Source Teacher Resource — Learning and Innovation Office

    #21. Archiving the National Book Festival — National Book Festival

    #22. Resources for Intergenerational Learning — Informal Learning

    #23. Literary Program Development — Poetry and Literature Center

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    03

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