ACLU-MO Archive Internship Fall 2018

Do you want to do one-of-a-kind primary research for the greater good? Are you intrigued by historical work that can explain today’s current trends?  We are looking for student interns to work with the ACLU of Missouri’s archival collections at Washington University Libraries. 

Internship applications are currently being accepted for the fall 2018 semester:

  • open to all college and university students in the St. Louis area (not restricted to WU students)
  • unpaid academic internship, must be enrolled in internship, fieldwork, or independent study course for at least 1 credit hour.
  • work hours depend on number of credit hours being earned; primarily scheduled Monday – Friday between 9-5.
  • application instructions and further details online:  ACLUMO-Intern-Fall2018

Questions? email Miranda Rectenwald mrectenwald@wustl.edu

Check out the work of our 2017-18 ACLU-MO archive interns:

Hands on History: Reflections from an archive intern

Information Privacy and the ACLU-MO Archives

 

 

About the author

Miranda Rectenwald is Curator of Local History, Washington University Special Collections. More info.