Internship Opportunity with the LDS Church History Library

By January 14, 2010

If you are interested in Church history and have advanced technological skills, there is currently an internship opportunity at the Church History Library that you may be interested in. I’ve posted the job listing below. You can apply through tomorrow; apply at

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Purpose of Internship: To assist in making audiovisual, online, and printed training sequences to aid new staff, missionaries and patrons learning to use the Church History Library.
Responsibilities: This position will involve creating short training sequences, accessible online, to provide an interactive orientation to the Church History Library.  Intern will also be interacting with our Intellectual Properties Office to clear audiovisual presentations to post on the web.
Basics: Full or part-time paid internship (?$11.50/hr).  Position will be held January-April 2010.


·         Strong technological skills with experience in web or graphic design preferred
·         Pro-active problem-solver, eager to contribute
·         Excellent organizational skills and ability to simplify complex information
·         Excellent writing ability; background in historical research preferred
·         Detail-oriented
·         Great inter-personal skills
·         Currently a college student or college graduate with plans to attend graduate school.

Job: Library and Records
Primary Location: UT-Salt Lake City
Organization: Libraries Service
Schedule: Full-time
Posting Date: Jan 8, 2010
Unposting Date: Jan 15, 2010
Job Type: Intern
Pay Basis: Monthly
Currency: US Dollar (USD)
Please Note: All positions are subject to close without notice
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