The Library of Congress Junior Fellows Internship Program is accepting applications through January 10, 2019.
The Hispanic Division is working to link our internship programs with goals of the Librarian, Dr. Carla Hayden. We want to ensure that all interns have access to the stellar collections and services in many Divisions and Centers at the Library of Congress. In the Hispanic Division, we engage the specialized Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking, subject expertise, educational outreach, and informational systems knowledge of staff to acquire and link Caribbean, Hispanic, Iberian and Latin American content at the Library of Congress (and in many reading rooms) with learners and creators who help enhance our service to Congress, researchers, and people(s) across the Americas. As part of this larger system, we are pleased to announce that the Library of Congress Junior Fellows Internship Program is now accepting applications through January 10, 2019.
Our Division has posted the Transcultural Teaching Guide Fellowship and we welcome qualified applicants. Please see other fellowships applicable to the content we help promote, including the Carvalho Monteiro Collection Fellowship and the Indigenous Law Portal (Ecuador). We encourage you to review all of the fellowships listed and apply accordingly.
For more information on this fellowship program see: https://www.loc.gov/item/prn-18-147/library-of-congress-seeks-applicants-for-junior-fellows-summer-intern-program-2/2018-12-11/
Suzanne M. Schadl, Ph.D., Chief, Hispanic Division, Library of Congress