Our mission is to identify, preserve, and make accessible historically significant records in a variety of formats that reflect the unique culture of the University and support administration, teaching, research, and service.
As an intern with the Dominican University Archives, you will get the chance to help preserve what it means to be a Dominican penguin and then help prepare it of research and public access!
Working with the Dominican University of California Archives is largely a student-led experience. While we have curated assignments and projects for students to work on in order to introduce them to a university archive, we encourage students to find aspects of archives work that interest them and support them in pursuing projects surrounding those aspects.
As an intern, you will:
Get hands-on museum experience
Help decipher photographs
Expand your visual literacy skills
Gain firsthand experience in digitization efforts
Improve virtual access to the Dominican University of California Archives
Archives, or Archival Repositories, can hold both published and unpublished materials in any format. These materials are often unique, specialized, rare, or one of a kind records and objects (non-circulating).
Dominican University of California Archives collects records related to the history and culture of the university that have long-term, indefinite administrative, legal, fiscal or historical value. We collect records of faculty, staff, administrators, students, and alumni as well as records produced by university departments
These records include:
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