New York, NY: Internship, David Yurman Jewelers

David Yurman Jewelers is seeking qualified interns for the archive department.

Duties include scanning all drawings and illustrations in the design department, researching and organizing David Yurman’s original drawing collection, and tagging metadata to all drawings in our in-house database.

Intern will be paid and must work from 10am – 6pm. Internship will last approximately 4-5 months (or when job is finished).

Those applying must have excellent writing skills, highly developed organizational abilities and in depth knowledge in processing visual material and creating finding aids.

Applicants should supply a full resume of their education, relevant experience and references via E-mail to:

Courtney Masters

New York, NY: Oral History Processing Archivist, Brooklyn Historical Society


Oral History Processing Archivist at Brooklyn Historical Society


Reporting to the Head of Collections Management and working closely with the Director of Oral History, the successful candidate will be responsible for processing, arranging, and describing the Crossing Borders, Bridging Generations (CBBG) oral history collection according to established project procedures and best practices for in-house and online access. CBBG is an oral history project and public programming series that examines the history and experiences of mixed-heritage people and families, cultural hybridity, race, ethnicity, and identity in the historically diverse borough of Brooklyn (

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