INTERNSHIP: Archives Intern, San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis Library and Archives, San Francisco

The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis, founded in 1941, seeks interns and volunteers to work on a mixed portfolio of psychoanalytic archival collections. Internship opportunities consist of all stages of archival processing including re-housing, arranging and describing archival papers; creating finding aids; digitization and developing digital archives of papers. Interns will learn a diverse range of library and archival skills, and have the opportunity to develop their skills as an archivist through close work with the librarian and other interns and to be part of a friendly, relaxed intellectual academic community of psychoanalytic professionals and students. The San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis seeks a diverse staff and does not discriminate on the basis of race, class, ethnicity, sex or sexual orientation, or for any other reason. E.O.E.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Experience working in an archives or classwork in archival organization and description methods. Project management experience a plus.

Time commitment – Summer 2015, or possibly longer

HOURS:
Flexible.

PAID/UNPAID:
Unpaid

APPLICATION PROCESS:
Please submit resume via email to:
Eric.rosen@sf-cp.org