One or two year internships, fellowships, and residency programs designed to provide a broad range of experiences in academic and research librarianship for early-career librarians.
RIG promotes residency positions for early-career librarians by maintaining a directory of programs, sharing resources to help on the job search, and sharing recent residency or fellowship job postings.
See the most recent residency positions:
Bryn Mawr College Library & Information Technology Services (LITS) invites applications from early career librarians for a three-year position as Resident Librarian in the Sciences. The library residency program is intended to offer an opportunity for entry-level librarians with an interest in research and instruction in academic libraries to begin their professional careers. As members of the Association Read More
The Harvard Library is seeking an Assessment Librarian for the Harvard Library Assessment and Project Management unit for their two-year residency. This position brings together collections, assessment, and consortia perspectives in library work. It provides an opportunity to engage with high level strategic perspectives, to do transformative work in the library, to learn how to Read More
The J. Murrey Atkins Library at UNC Charlotte invites applications for the Diversity Resident Librarian. This three year, fixed-term faculty appointment is designed to provide an early career librarian from an underrepresented group the opportunity to develop his/her portfolio, gain professional experience, and benefit from mentoring within a large academic research library. The position will Read More