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Woman's Collection Internship Application

Position & Availability


Project for Which You Are Applying

Archival Intern:
Preservation Intern:
Digital Intern:

Hours per Week

How many hours do you want to work each week?


Enter your expected work availability for each week day.
Examples: 8am-12pm, 12pm-5pm, open to close, etc.


Start Date

What date can you begin working?

Student Information
Student ID #(if TWU student):
First Name:
Last Name:
Current Address:
Permanent Address (if different from above):
Main Phone:
Alternate Phone:
Main Email:
Alternate Email:

What degree are you seeking?


What is your major?

When do you plan to graduate?

Experience & Resume

Previous Employment (please start with your current or most recent job)

Your Job Title:
Primary Duties:

Start: End: (If you are currently employed in the above position, check this box and do not change the "end" date.)

Your Job Title:
Primary Duties:

Start: End:


Please discuss previous internships or work experience.

If you are planning to receive academic credit for this internship (practicum, etc.), please provide your faculty supervisor's name and contact information:

Please discuss your computer skills and equipment knowledge.

Please discuss your research skills.

Please discuss your archival experience.

Please discuss your museum/exhibit experience.

Other: anything else you would like to share with us:

If you have a resume, you may copy and paste it into the box below (optional). Before pasting, you must remove any links otherwise your application may not upload correctly.

Terms and Conditions

  • Please review your application prior to submitting. Do not include your Social Security Number or any other sensitive information in this application.
  • Once your application has been received and reviewed, we will contact you by email to schedule an interview within two weeks from the time we receive your email.
  • We appreciate your interest in our internship program in the Woman’s Collection and University Archives at the TWU Libraries Denton Campus.
  • The Woman’s Collection and University Archives is committed to providing learning opportunities for students interested in archival studies, museum studies, library science information, history, and women’s studies. Internships are developed to meet the academic, educational, and professional needs of the student. Students from all academic disciplines are encouraged to apply.

    By submitting this of application of interest to complete an internship in the Woman’s Collection and University Archives, I agree to the above terms and conditions. All information entered is correct to the best of my knowledge.

    I accept:

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