William & Mary Libraries is committed to encouraging and supporting students interested in pursuing library careers. We are pleased to announce the launch of the Mosaic Program for William & Mary post-baccalaureate and undergraduate students.
The program provides valuable, paid library work experience to students looking to pursue library careers. Developed in response to the newly adopted W&M Libraries Diversity Plan, this program has been designed to provide the support and opportunities needed to encourage, develop and grow future librarians, archivists and library professionals.
Selected students will work with an assigned mentor to draft position goals and duties that support the priorities and initiatives of W&M Libraries. Positions will be tailored to match applicants’ interests.
W&M Libraries is committed to building a culturally diverse cohort and strongly encourages applications from underrepresented candidates.
Possible project areas include:
- Archives/special collections
- Marketing/library administration
- Oral histories
- Media literacy workshops
Mosaic Fellowship (2 positions)
- Open to W&M post-baccalaureate students
- (Recent graduates – December 2016 or Spring 2017)
- One year term: June 1, 2017-May 31, 2018, with some flexibility
- $20/hour; 29 hours per week
- Position duties tailored to selected applicant’s interests
- Includes mentorship
Mosaic Internship (2-3 positions)
- Open to W&M undergraduate students
- Summer term: May 15, 2017-August 15, 2017
- $10/hour; 20 hours per week
- On-campus housing and food stipend provided
- Includes a research component and mentorship
For more information, contact Tami Back, director of communications and strategic planning for W&M Libraries, at 757-221-3127 or email@example.com.