Internships at the American Library in Paris
The American Library in Paris offers a number of intern placements throughout the year for students majoring in library/information science, providing an opportunity to gain on-the-job library training and experience. Although the majority of our interns come with a library science background, we also welcome interns from Erasmus programs, as well as students currently enrolled in a college or university program with a focus in a related discipline.
As a non-profit association, not funded by either the French or American governments, the American Library in Paris is unable to offer paid internships or offset the cost of transportation to/from Paris, or other related costs while in Paris including accommodations. However, the Library is able to provide a meal voucher for every 8 hours worked to help pay for lunch during the day.
Due to the volume of applications generally received for open positions, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.
The Library is currently looking for an intern to assist with the Young Authors Fiction Festival. Ideal internship period: 1 March – 30 April 2020.
The Young Authors Fiction Festival is a creative writing contest open to ages 5-18. The YAFF intern will help with all aspects of YAFF including but not limited to: processing and organizing submissions, coordinating and recruiting judges, and answering queries about the festival via phone and email. Queries about the Internship can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and more information about YAFF can be found here. For a full description of the YAFF internship please click here.
The American Library in Paris is looking for motivated, dynamic, and friendly person for Member Services intern. A few of the various duties include assisting patrons and staff at the Member Services and Welcome Desks, participating in collections projects, and shelving. For a full description of the internship position please click here.
The American Library in Paris seeks a dynamic, creative and enthusiastic visiting librarian for the Children’s and Young Adult Services department. Candidate should have a passion for programming, outreach services and English-language literature. For a full description of the internship position please click here. For more information contact the children’s and teens’ services manager at email@example.com.
The American Library in Paris seeks a dynamic, creative, and enthusiastic Communication Design intern. Candidate should have a passion and skill for graphic design, publishing and editorial design, and website and multimedia design. Interns will be working with the advancement team and projects could include: brochure and flyer design and layout, website enhancements, and other projects that would inform our audiences about Library programs and services. Interns might also be asked to help with social media tasks. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.