• Internship
  • NYC

Lincoln Center

Archives Intern
Intern or Fellow
Requisition ID: 1458
Salary Range:
$25.00 Hourly Onwards

Position: Archive Intern

Department: Archives

Program Overview: The Lincoln Center Archives Internships is a paid archival arts administration program for graduate students. The Archives intern will assist the Archivist in processing the collection of House Programs. This includes organizing the materials, updating records in the archives database, and digitizing programs.

Key Learning Opportunities:

Practical experience in archive management, following established archival practices.
Proficiency in Digital Asset Management Systems and Archives database management, including Orange Logic and ArchivesSpace.
Hands-on experience in archival processing and cataloging archival materials.
Data wrangling and verification to ensure the accuracy and completeness of records.
Project task management in Monday.com.
Access to professional development opportunities, such as a Conversation Series featuring leaders across various sectors of arts administration.
Engagement in Special Events that showcase Lincoln Center as the world’s premier performing arts center.

Responsibilities Include:

Processing and rehousing materials.
Verifying and cleaning data from existing records such as dates, performance data, locations, artists, etc.
Assist with digitizing program materials.
Updating records in ArchivesSpace.

You’ll be a great fit if:

Enrolled in a graduate program with a concentration in archives or a related field.
Ability to work on-site 1-2 days per week as required.
Residence in New York City or the Greater New York region.
Availability to commit 15 to 21 hours per week from January 2024 through May 2024.
Availability to commit up to 35 hours a week from June 2024 through July 2024.
Self-driven and an effective team player.
Demonstrated qualities of leadership, organization, innovation, resilience, inclusivity, and enthusiasm.
Commitment to championing diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility.

What is Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts? 

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) is the world’s leading performing arts center in the heart of New York City. In these times of heightened anxiety and vigilance, we are holding on to the important role the arts play in our lives: they nourish our hearts and minds, teach us valuable lessons and critical skills, and help us create community. We are resolved not to lose sight of what connects us, and we hope you will consider joining our talented, diverse team.   

We are:  

1. The manager of the Lincoln Center Campus. 

-We are part of 16 acres of activity and one of eleven amazing resident organizations   

2. A leading Arts Presenter.   

-We curate a number of series showcasing music, dance, and theater   

3. An Education Hub.   

-We have reached 20 million students, educators, principals, and community members   

Who are our people?  

Lincoln Center is a diverse team of dreamers, collaborators, and entrepreneurs who use unique platforms in the heart of New York City and beyond to advocate for the transformative impact of artistic experiences.   

Lincoln Center People imagine and create in concert with this mission by founding President John D. Rockefeller III – “The arts are not for the privileged few, but for the many. Their place is not on the periphery of daily life, but at its center.”   

Lincoln Center welcomes applicants from all sectors who agilely solve problems, show up as they are, and can’t stop innovating.  

To apply for this job please visit workforcenow.adp.com.