Sno-Isle Libraries welcomes students pursuing a career in Library and Information Science. College internships are available to students, including Sno-Isle employees currently enrolled in a library school, wishing to gain valuable, real-world experience and course credit. It is our goal to provide a rich, structured field learning experience for students in a variety of professional settings.
All internships will follow these guidelines:
- Internships are unpaid. All transportation costs are the responsibility of the intern.
- Interns will be supervised by a professional in their field of interest.
- Internships can be completed in any Sno-Isle library or at the Service Center, dependent upon the needs and availability of projects.
- All interns must successfully pass a background check before they begin work.
- All interns must successfully complete an interview process before placement.
- Interns are responsible for coordinating any documentation needed for course credits.
- Interns are held to the same professional expectations as library staff.
- Sno-Isle Libraries reserves the right to terminate the internship relationship for poor performance or when library policies and procedures are not followed.
To find out more about the Sno-Isle Libraries Internship Program, please contact:
Nancy Pursel, Volunteer Program Administrator - 360-651-7003.
Sno-Isle Libraries Internship Opportunity
Sno-Isle Libraries has a unique opportunity available for a library school student wanting to complete their Directed Fieldwork experience. Below is an outline of the opportunity:
|Position Title:||Digitization Project Intern|
|Location:||Sno-Isle Libraries Service Center
7312 35th Ave NE
Marysville, WA 98271
|Overview:||Assist staff at Sno-Isle Libraries Administrative Service Center with an ongoing digitization project which may include scanning photos or negatives, creating or copying descriptive data and loading assets into a digital asset management system.|
|Skills Required:||Competency with PC and Microsoft Office, attention to detail and some familiarity with metadata standards. Experience in using image scanner is helpful, but not required. Training will be provided.|
|Contact:||Nancy Pursel, Volunteer Program Administrator, Sno-Isle Libraries