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New Internship Opportunities


Spring 2024


The National Baseball Hall of Fame is accepting applications for Summer 2024 internship positions!  (See flyer below for more information)

For more than twenty years, the Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program for Youth Leadership Development has provided undergraduate and graduate students with hands-on training in numerous professional careers. This 10-week program offers a bi-weekly stipend for all interns and can be completed for course credit.  

All available positions, their descriptions, and frequently asked questions can be found on our website at: 

All questions can be directed to 

The Education Department 

National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum   

25 Main Street | Cooperstown, NY 13326 

September 2023

 OU Libraries Digitization Lab

We are actively hiring new student employees and SLIS students would be valuable to our team and could be a great “hands-on” opportunity. The posting information for are as follows.

  • 232017 Student Library Admin Assistant Digitization Lab (FALL)
  • 232016 Student Library Specialist Digitization Lab (FALL)

February 2023

Data Analytics Internship

Internship Opportunity - Tulsa

Here's an opportunity for a Data Analyst internship.  Ideally, the internship is an in-person experience located in the One Technology Center, downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma.  The company is in the text messaging arena and the intern will work with a product team to build visual reports and analyze customer data.  Student interest may expand the work to focus more on a data science project.  The internship starts in the spring  and extends into the fall part-time (15 hours/week).  Hours will be very flexible. There is a possibility for this to be a remote experience for the right candidate.  See flyer below for more information.

Idaho National Laboratory - cataloging and collection development

From Angel Zamora:   My name is Anjel Zamora and I am a University Recruiter with the Talent Acquisition team and Idaho National Laboratory supporting the internship program.  This summer, we are looking for 2 students studying  library and information science, library science or a related field interested in an internship.   

Idaho National Laboratory is seeking two undergraduate or graduate students interested in cataloging and collection development within a special or research (non-public) library. The student will work with metadata and digital records management. Candidates will participate in a collection develop and cataloging project under librarian guidance and be responsible for cataloging and labeling physical journals, prioritizing tasks based off usage statistics and patron needs, and evaluating the physical journal collection. They will also answer patron questions and assist patrons using library resources. 

If this position interest you, please apply using this link: 

Or visiting our website by searching INL jobs and selecting careers and job openings. 

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns. 

Thank you  


Anjel Zamora (he/him/his) 

University Recruiter   | Human Resources   | Office: 208-526-6023   | Cell Phone: 208-709-1676 

Idaho National Laboratory   |   1955 Fremont Ave.   |   Idaho Falls, ID   |   83415 

February 2023

Dale Rogers Training Center (contact Dr. Edwards for more information)

Focus areas: 

Camp Tumbleweed is a summer only camp for high school students who have special needs.  We are looking for an education major with special ed background (this is a paid position)

Executive Assistant to CEO.  This is a full time position, looking for someone with business experience.  This is a paid position with benefits.

Marketing intern – this is a Part time, flexible position but is not a paid position.

September 2022

Oklahoma Military Hall of Fame Museum (see flyer below)

Focus areas: archives, digitization, metadata, preservation, military history.

Overview: This archival digitization project is a unique opportunity, particularly for students who have an interest in Oklahoma Military history.   The Oklahoma Military Hall of Fame (OKMHF) offers an opportunity to apply education and training to create a complete digital library archive ready for transfer to the Oklahoma History Center. Students who complete the internship may work from home on a flex schedule with minimal local travel, in two-person teams or individually.  This learning experience will allow for maximum student flexibility and judgement combined with a quality learning experience. You will be mentored by the volunteer staff of the Hall of Fame. 

Pioineer Library System Reader's Services (See flyer below for more information)

Pioneer Library System (PLS) Readers’ Services would like to offer an internship for a student pursuing a degree in Library Science.  This position will work closely with the Children’s Selector to update the Build a Brain kits to align with the Oklahoma Academic Standards of the Oklahoma State Department of Education and the Family Literacy Kits to align with the Oklahoma School Readiness standards.  Currently, the standards and lessons in the kits align with the previous PASS standards of learning and have outdated graphic design.  The contents and learning activities will be updated to be made current and related to the PLS strategic plan and PLS style guide.  The Build a Brain kits will be aligned with the PLS STEAM signature service area and the Family Literacy Kits will be aligned with the PLS Early Literacy and School Readiness signature service area.


The Museum of the Great Plains

The Museum of the Great Plains in Lawton would like to offer an internship opportunity in their archives and collections areas. Interns will shadow the museum's archivist, enter collections, learn about restoring materials (such as reviving curled up photographs), movement and storage of newspapers, periodicals, photos, and more. The museum was established in 1961 and was one of the first two museums in Oklahoma to become members of the Oklahoma Museum Network. They are accredited through the American Alliance of Museums. Their mission statement, in brief, is collection, preservation, interpretation, and exhibition of cultural history of man in the Great Plains of North America and to gather information that will better enable present and future inhabitants to understand the vivid contrast of the land, climate, and people of this region, promote cultural quality, and serve as the voice of history in the Great Plains. They have a vast collection of Lawton and Comanche County history, and house archeological finds from Oklahoma and some history of the local tribes.

This internship is on-site in Lawton. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Edwards or your advisor to discuss this opportunity. You must complete 18 credit hours of LIS courses before you are eligible to do an internship.