Internship: AEA Graduate Education Diversity Internship (GEDI)

Internship: AEA Graduate Education Diversity Internship (GEDI)

The American Evaluation Association welcomes applications for its Graduate Education Diversity Internship (GEDI) Program that provides paid internship and training opportunities during the academic year. The GEDI program works to engage and support students from groups traditionally under-represented in the field of evaluation.

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Funding: ARLIS/NA Student Advancement Awards Open for Applications, Dec 9

Funding: ARLIS/NA Student Advancement Awards Open for Applications

Deadline: Applications due for both awards by December 9, 2019

The ARLIS/NA Student Advancement Awards subcommittee is accepting applications for the Gerd Muehsam Award and the Wolfgang M. Freitag Internship Award for 2019-20! The deadline for both awards is December 9th, 2019, but we hope that eligible students will submit their internship applications and student papers related to arts librarianship or visual resources as soon as possible.

Current students and recent graduates of programs in library/information science, art history, architectural history, architecture, studio art, or museum studies are encouraged to apply. Applicants may apply for both awards. Continue reading

Internship: Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Cultural Heritage Center

The Cultural Heritage Center in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State is recruiting an intern for Summer 2020. This is an unpaid position based in Washington, D.C. They are looking for a student with background in Library Sciences to create a collections management strategy for the Center’s small research library, which is focused on archaeology and art history materials. Continue reading

Funding: ARLIS/NA Wolfgang M. Freitag Internship Award, Dec 9

Funding: ARLIS/NA Wolfgang M. Freitag Internship Award

Deadline: Applications due December 9

If you’re interested in art or architecture librarianship or visual resources curatorship and looking for financial support for an internship, consider applying for this award! This award is a grant of $3,000 to support a 150-hour internship in an art or architecture related setting such as a library, archive, or visual resources collection.

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Community: Hack Library School Blog – Navigating Workplace Culture [Series]: The Search

Navigating Workplace Culture [Series]: The Search

Kelli’s third Hack Library School (HLS) post is now up! It is part of a series that focuses on navigating the workplace culture within the LIS field. This particular article provides  useful advice on how to search for an internship. All of the suggestions, whether it be making a list of your own personal values (to see if they align), researching the organization online or through your social network, or considering the geographic and cultural environment (if the internship is not where you live) are also very applicable to a job search.

Event: DAAD info sessions


Learn more about opportunities offered by DAAD for study, research, or internship in Germany!  Hanni Geist, from DAAD’s office in San Francisco will be on campus on Wednesday, November 20th to spread the word about these opportunities, and will offer several information sessions (listed below).  Visit for more information about DAAD, the German national agency for the support of international academic cooperation. Continue reading

iSchool Career Services Newsletter 6/18/2013

Career News

  • Happy end of the quarter! I am here through the summer for advising, emailing, chatting, and any career support you need. Email: !

Career Tips

Summer Reading List

When I’m not sitting in my office answering your emails or talking through your big career decisions, I’m at home reading. I have a serious thing for books! And since it’s summer, and your mind is freed from all that required class reading, I’ve prepared a list of some of my favorite career related books that I’ve read lately. I present to you: your Summer Career Reading List!

1. Lean In. A book that speaks to both women and men who work with women (that’s everybody), Sheryl Sandberg’s book is an inspiring and thought-provoking piece on leadership. If you feel like your career decision making is harder because you’re a woman, or you know there are gender concerns about your work and you want to think more about those in a constructive way, Lean In is a great read.

2. Business Model You: A One-Page Method for Reinventing Your Career. This book presents a great perspective on personal branding that involves looking at yourself the way you would evaluate a business. Identifying what your “product” is and the value you provide, who your stakeholders are help to frame your conversations and marketing materials to those you would like to “sell” yourself to. Plot these all out on the map that’s part of the book, and get inspired by the many great personal stories of interviewees.

3. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking. As an introvert myself, I was thrilled to read an entire book about introverts! This book has great information about how to succeed as an introverted person, and how to make decisions about what you need when you’re in an environment dominated by extroverted personalities (like many workplaces). Issues around both the handicaps and advantages that introverts experience and how these can impact your career are super helpful.

4. The Power of Starting Something Stupid. If you need a little inspiration to take a leap and do something different, whether that is taking a new job, switching career paths, or starting up a business, this book provides a kick in the pants.  

5. The $100 Start-Up. If you’ve ever thought about starting a business, this book will get you there. It provides great information on how to start-up without the need for major investment, and walks through some simple but often overlooked steps that can help you be successful from the beginning.

6. Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work. A book on how to make better decisions! This is GREAT if you’re contemplating choices about your career, I’ve already used the four-step process that it presents in my own decision-making.

7. Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most. Do you get super nervous before having a tough conversation with someone? This book is essentially about communication, and every job requires bang-up communication skills. Get great tips on how to deal with conversations that involve emotions, or that might be threatening to others, and then apply the tips when you have to negotiate with your boss, deliver bad news at school or work, or talk to your coworker about their problematic behavior.

8. Winning Job Interviews. This is a book about much more than job interviews, it’s one of the better career guides I’ve read (and I’ve read a lot!). Grab this if you need some good motivation and strategies to help you be more successful every time you apply. Continue reading