University Libraries’ Rare and Distinctive Collections Chicano Movement & Art Research Project
At the University Library's Rare and Distinctive (RaD) Collections, our mission is to collect, arrange, preserve, and make accessible the collections of the University's history as well as rare and unique collections that support the University's administration, teaching, research, and service.
This position is a paid, part-time internship. It requires approximately 60 hours of work in one semester. Salary is $15.50 an hour.
The University Libraries’ Rare and Distinctive Collections (RaD) is seeking (1) student intern to conduct research about and draft text for interpretive panels documenting the history of two Chicano Movement paintings that currently hang in Norlin Library. The intern will be supervised by Megan Friedel, Lead Archivist and Assistant Faculty Director of Collections Management & Stewardship for RaD.
Interns can either work in Summer or Fall 2023, depending on preference. Internship hours must be completed on-site in the Archives in Norlin Library between 9am-4pm on either Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays (Fridays not available). For questions, contact Megan.K.Friedel@Colorado.edu