SLIS student Mary Woods never dreamed that she would be able to combine her love for film and television with a career in librarianship until she spent her summer working as a junior fellow at the Library of Congress.
SLIS student Lindsay Moxley went the distance for her summer internship – traveling from Michigan to California, where she got her first hands-on archival experience at San Francisco’s Exploratorium, which describes itself as a museum of science, art, and human perception.
SLIS student Barbara Morgan lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in California, a 30 minute drive from the nearest gas station. But that didn’t stop her from lining up a prestigious summer internship with the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
SLIS alum Peter Chan recently started work as Stanford University Libraries’ first-ever Digital Archivist for the Manuscript Division, where he’s focusing on developing best practices for acquiring, capturing, processing, and describing born-digital materials.
SLIS alum Mattie Taormina helped Stanford University build its Virtual Archives in Second Life as part of the university’s effort to increase patron access and discovery of the library’s primary sources.