The Garfield-Taylor Internship at Temple University’s Ginsburg Health Sciences Library

Garfield-Taylor Internship at Temple University’s Ginsburg Health Sciences Library Learn to use exciting new technologies, 3D printing and virtual reality systems, in the Ginsburg Library’s new Innovation Space! Support health sciences faculty, staff and students in exploring what these can do to advance research, education and patient care while gaining pre-professional experience and translatable skills.

Working up to 20 hrs/week, the individual will:

– Collaborate with professional mentors at the Ginsburg Library.

– Gain academic library experience while developing innovative services

such as 3D printing and virtual reality applications.

– Students may also design a project that integrates their career

objectives with the Ginsburg library’s goals.

Requirements: Current enrollment in an ALA accredited library or information science graduate program. Ability to demonstrate initiative and work independently.

Familiarity with or a willingness to learn to use 3D modeling software (AutoCAD, Maya, Illustrator, Fusion360) or code (in Unity or Unreal Engine). Comfortable in a virtual environment. Self-motivated and accountable. Interest in exploring health sciences librarianship and makerspace technologies.

Hours and Pay: Up to 20 hours/week; $15/hour.

To apply, send resume and cover letter via email to: Richie Holland, Director of Administration – richieh@temple.edu

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