Archives Management, Electronic Records, Government Archives
Student Archivist Program: The Montana State Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB) is pleased to announce the continuation of an on-site assistance program for cultural heritage institutions in Montana. A graduate level student archivist will be chosen to provide up to 400 hours of archival project assistance to one Montana heritage institution over the summer of 2019 (June to September). The student will provide assistance based on specific goals set by the institution and may include archival surveying, processing, cataloging, basic conservation, archival basics training, creation of finding aids and creation of online inventory/content access options. Deadline is February 15, 2019.
Applicants must be pursuing a Master's level degree in an Archival Program or MLIS with Archival emphasis.
About Montana Historical Society
The Montana Historical Society Research Center holds the nation's largest collection of published materials pertinent to the study of Montana's history. The collection contains books and pamphlets, newspapers and periodicals, maps, newspapers, posters and ephemera, and federal and state publications. The Montana Historical Society also holds extensive manuscript, photographic, and artifact collections pertaining to the fur trade, exploration, mining, railroads, early settlement, and other topics related to Montana and the west.