Applications for the 2023 Junior Fellows Program are due Monday, Nov. 28, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time. You still have time to apply or to share this post with an undergraduate or graduate student in your life!
- Download instructions on How to Apply and set up your account on USAJOBS.gov.
- Read the available projects thoroughly on the Junior Fellows Program page.
- Follow the links to the Remote and Onsite job postings from the Junior Fellows Program page and apply to the opportunity that you prefer.
The Junior Fellows Program, a signature initiative of the Library of Congress since 1991, is made possible by a gift from the late James Madison Council member Nancy Glanville Jewell through the Glanville Family Foundation and the Knowledge Navigators Trust Fund and by an investment from the Mellon Foundation.
This is a guest post comprised of notes, observations, and an email interview with Karen Abdul-Malik (Project Director) by AFC staff member, Stephen Winick, on her project, Community on the Line, as part of the Of the People blog series featuring the 2022 awardees of the American Folklife Center’s Community Collections Grants program. The project […]
We regularly feature the interns whose hard work positively impacts the Library. Today’s interview is with a 2022 Summer participant in the Library of Congress Internship (LOCI) program, Derick Sanchez-Rivera. Describe your background. I am a 19 year-old Hispanic and Latino from Puerto Rico, born in Humacao and raised in Yabucoa, both located on […]
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We regularly feature the interns whose hard work positively impacts the Library. Today’s interview is with a 2022 Summer participant in the Library of Congress Internship (LOCI) program, Anntwanette Sulton. Describe your background. My name is Anntwanette Sulton. I am a 23 year-old African American woman born, raised and currently residing in Columbia, South Carolina. […]