There are many interesting and rewarding ways to volunteer your time and services at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. Read about the following volunteer opportunities.
Due to the sensitive nature of Presidential materials, all volunteers and interns must be at least 16 years of age and a U.S. Citizen. All volunteers and interns must successfully pass a background check and sign a confidentiality agreement.
Museum Docent: Become part of a vibrant team of individuals as a museum tour guide at the Jimmy Carter Library! Volunteers are being recruited to conduct guided tours for students and adults.
Please read the Museum Docent Job Description.
Contact Sylvia Naguib, Museum Curator by email at email@example.com for more information regarding museum docent opportunities.
Librarian Aid: Assist with duties such as; shelving of books and journals, shelf read of the book collection, and weeding of the main and research room collections.
Please read the Librarian Aid Volunteer Job Description.
Contact Polly Nodine, AV Archivist/Librarian by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding Librarian Aid opportunities.
Archives Aid: Assist with tasks related to collection maintenance, digitization, data entry, filing and typing. Please read the Archives Aid Volunteer Job Description Contact Sara Saunders, Supervisory Archivist by email at email@example.com for more information regarding Archives Aid opportunities.
The internship program at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum is a unique educational experience for students of varied backgrounds and interests. We have opportunities for students in a variety of disciplines including library science, archival management, and political science.
Our goal is to provide undergraduate and graduate students with a meaningful and realistic work experience that will be beneficial to both students and our organization.
The library offers a limited number of unpaid internships in the summer. Current undergraduates, recent graduates, and individuals pursuing advanced degrees are encouraged to apply. Students earning credit are required to commit to a minimum of 135 hours during the term of their internship. Interns work during normal business hours which are 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For detailed information see our Internship Job Description
The deadline for summer internship applications is April 15, 2014.
Please submit an application and a short essay: approximately 250-500 words stating your interest in archival work, your objectives and expectations and how these relate to your future goals.
Applications and essay can be mailed to:
Sara Saunders, Supervisory Archivist
Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
441 Freedom Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30307-1498