OSU Libraries & Press seeks an undergraduate intern for
Summer term 2014 for a project of adding new features to OSU's
ScholarsArchive under the supervision of the project manager. He/she
will be responsible for designing/creating web pages, conducting
usability/feature tests, and writing software scrips for the website.
The skills required for this position include CSS, HTML5, and jQuery.
However, any undergraduate student who is interested in web development
and has a strong desire to learn is welcome to
apply. In addition, the recruited intern will be paid to spend first
three weeks to enhance his/her programming skills guided by the project
Libraries & Press seeks an undergraduate intern for Summer Term
2014 to assist in the processing and description of Gerald W. Williams
Collection photograph albums that relate to the U.S. Forest Service, and Pacific Northwest forestry and environmental history. The
review photographs, analyze the content, conduct outside research as
required, select photographs for digitization and write narrative
descriptions that synthesize the content. This is a
part-time internship (10 hours a week), paying $10.00 per hour.
To be eligible for the for an internship in
the OSU Libraries and Press, individuals must:
be enrolled as a student (at least part-time) at Oregon State University
in any discipline (including all branch and e-campus students)
Applicants will be selected based on their
letter of submission that includes:
- Their expressed interest in the project
- The skill the intern brings to the project
- The skills the intern seeks to develop as a
result of being involved in the project
Each applicant must submit a completed undergraduate internship packet.
Application Deadline and
The application deadline is May 14, 2014. Neither incomplete applications nor late submissions will be
considered. Once the deadline has passed, the internship supervisor will begin
evaluating the applicants and select qualified individuals for interviews. Award notifications will be sent by May 30, 2014.
The 2014 Oregon State University
& Press Undergraduate Research Internship program is made possible through
library contributions from the OSU Libraries.
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