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Hispanic Division Internship Programs


The Hispanic Division offers throughout the year a limited number of volunteer internships and two Huntington Fellowship Internships. Individuals selected for any of these programs may work with the collections relating to Iberian, Latin American, Caribbean, and Hispanic/Latino studies.

*** We are currently accepting applications for Spring and Summer 2015
Huntington Fellowship and Volunteer Internship Programs.


Volunteer Internship Program - (unpaid)

The volunteer internships carry no stipend; but many persons have found them useful in planning a career, or in obtaining the experience necessary to pursue an academic profession. Interns who are students, with previous approval from their institutions, may arrange the internship to obtain academic credit.

The Hispanic Division Huntington Fellowship Program - ($ 1,200 per month)

This program is designed to provide recent college graduates and graduate students with real work experience in a research environment. The applicants may have degrees in Latin American or Iberian Studies in the Humanities, Social Sciences or in Library Science. The applicant must have working knowledge of Spanish or Portuguese. Each fellow spends 8 to 12 weeks in the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress working on state-of-the art programs.

Application Information:

Please send a cover letter and a resume to cgom@loc.gov.
We ask you to please specify which program you are applying to in the email subject.

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Applicants should apply minimum two months prior to desired start date.

Citizenship Requirements:

Open ONLY to U.S. citizens and permanent U.S. residents.


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