As SLIS students and SAA-SC members, we are walking repositories of information. One student does an internship in LA at the Academy Film Archive, another in Washington D.C. at the Smithsonian. Several students receive a grant to travel to the SAA annual conference, someone joins a professional organization, a student goes to Rare Book School, someone found a site for job postings in the archival field, one of us stumbles upon a source for personal archiving tips or reads a wonderful blog by a fellow archivist.
We all have knowledge and as Information Professionals, we are inclined to share! Our resources page is a place to do that. We are working on compiling information for first years, former students and anyone who stumbles upon our site to share our collective knowledge. We hope it’s useful and if it is, that it continues to grow.
Resources for finding a job in the archives and records management field.
Links to archives and other cultural institutions with which SLIS and SAA students have built relationships.
The following are places that often hire SLIS students. Think outside of the box when it comes to finding part time work, practicum placements and internships.
Projects, organizations, online repositories, blogs, twitter accounts, etc. doing important work in the archival profession. Thank you to everyone who has contributed and continues to contribute to this list. Send info to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the contact form on this site with a link!
Grants for conferences, travel, scholarships, etc. for students. This list is a work in progress, if you know of a grant or scholarship. Send us a link and we’ll share it here.
Find links to places SAA-SC and fellow SLIS students have found internships and practicum placements. We include paid and unpaid internships.
Conferences to attend for those interested in not just the archival profession, but also sub-fields of the information profession with which the archival profession often intersects.
Professional organizations and associations related to the archives and records management fields, but also the information profession at large.