For 30 years now, the Library’s Junior Fellows program has provided undergraduate and graduate students with experiences in everything the world’s largest library has to offer. This year’s class of 42 interns shows off their research projects.
Applications for the Library’s Junior Fellows Summer Internship Program for 2021 are open until November 30. College students are invited to apply.
The Library’s 2019 Junior Fellows Summer Internship Program showed off their most significant findings and research this week in a display that is the annual highlight of the 10-week program.
This post is an interview of Antonio Parker, a 2018 summer intern with the Junior Fellows Program. He is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature. This summer, he is interning with the Library’s Rare Book and Special Collections Division. Tell us a […]
(The following is a guest post written by Kaleena Black, program manager for the 2016 Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program.) Are you thinking about applying to the Library of Congress Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program, but aren’t quite sure? The program is a 10-week paid fellowship for undergraduate and graduate students who will work full-time […]
(The following is an article written by Rosemary Girard, intern in the Library of Congress Office of Communications, for the Library staff newsletter, The Gazette.) After weeks of researching, curating and unearthing some of the Library of Congress’s millions of artifacts, members of the Junior Fellows Program had a chance to present their most interesting […]
Today is one of my favorite days of the year, because it is one of the most compelling versions of “show and tell” anyone will ever get to see! Every year for the past few years, thanks to the generosity of the late Mrs. Jefferson Patterson and the James Madison Council, the Library of Congress’s […]
The 2020 National Book Festival will be entirely online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Two of the Library’s Junior Fellows worked in the Signature Programs Office this summer to put previous events online, too.
Keshad “Ife” Adeniyi, an intern in the Library’s Manuscript Division through the Archives, is a Howard University Ph.D. candidate who is researching the history of escaped slaves known as “contrabands.”
This is a guest post by Amanda Reichenbach about a new American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) collection covering education reporting on public television. The AAPB is a collaboration between the Library of Congress and the Boston public broadcaster WGBH. Reichenbach worked on the release while interning last summer at the Library’s John W. Kluge […]