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🔗Archeology Archives and Records Management Intern – 400 hours

  • Internship
  • NCPE Internship
  • Washington D.C., DC, USA
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: NPS Archeology Program - Headquarters
  • Job Reference #: 3680a
  • Salary ($): Hourly
  • Hourly Salary ($): 17.00
  • Job Qualifications:

    Basic understanding of archival and records management practices is essential. Good organizational skills will facilitate the successful completion of work. Familiarity with common computer software is essential. Good verbal communications skills to describe problems and progress will be helpful.

  • How to Apply:

    Click on the application button at this listing and follow the instructions for applying online.

  • Job benefits: Paid Time Off; Housing Allowance
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National Park Service/NCPE Internship Program

This internship involves sorting and organizing documents relating to long-term projects carried out by the Archeology Program and preparing them for transfer to the Federal Records Center. The successful candidate will work closely with the supervisor and the National Park Service (NPS) archivist at the Main Interior Building, Washington, DC, to arrange papers, prepare box lists, and if, necessary, integrate the files with existing collections at the Federal Records Center, and will include organizing and retiring electronic files that pertain to the paper documents.

You will gain valuable experience in identifying and organizing a body of documents for transfer to the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). A housing allowance is available in addition to the hourly stipend.

This opportunity is offered by the National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE) in cooperation with NPS.

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