Jobs & Internships
Passionate about history? Love working with a small, dedicated group of people? Interested in furthering your career with the GLBT Historical Society? We’d love to hear from you. Check back here regularly for job and internship opportunities. Click a job announcement for information about a specific job and how to apply.
September 2019: Job Announcement: Director of Development and Communications
The Archives Internship Program provides an opportunity for graduate students in Master of Library and Information Science programs or related fields to gain valuable hands-on experience in an LGBTQ community-based archive. Archives staff will serve as mentors and supervise internship projects. Interns usually assist with collection processing, cataloging, and digitization, though each internship will be tailored to a student’s interests and areas of study. Course credit and a small stipend may be available. If you are interested in becoming an intern for the archives, please email your résumé and cover letter detailing your interest and any relevant work or school experience to Kelsi Evans, director of archives and special collections.
Photo: Crawford Wayne Barton, Harvey Milk campaigning, 1973, Crawford Wayne Barton collection (1993-11), GLBT Historical Society