Library fellowships provide a terrific opportunity for current students and recent graduates to explore different careers in libraries and gain practical experience.

Digital Collections Magnifying Glass

Digital Library Fellowship

Spend a year learning and contributing to aspects of digital library production, delivery, assessment and preservation.

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Digital Media Fellowship

Apply for this opportunity to work with the library on multimedia projects, media preservation and more.

Special rare books in Rauner Library

Special Collections Fellowship

Gain valuable experience with archives, manuscripts and rare books.

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Historical Accountability Student Research Program

This fully-funded off-term program offers research opportunities for Dartmouth undergraduates to explore primary sources in our collections related to issues of diversity and inclusion in Dartmouth history.

Current Library Fellows

Current Library Fellows

Edward Connery Lathem '51 Digital Library Fellow

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Daniel Lin '23, 2023-24 Digital Library Fellow

Education: B.A. in Sociology and Music

Daniel Lin ‘23 (he/him), from San Jose, CA, double majored in Sociology and Music (with focuses in Asian American Studies and Black Creative Music). His research on the history of Asian American activism at Dartmouth led to a Sociology course and digital exhibit in Winter 2023. While an undergraduate student, Daniel was heavily involved in the arts, playing and singing in the Dartmouth Cords (a cappella), the Coast Jazz Orchestra (piano/cello), and the Gospel Choir. He has also acted and music directed for the Department of Theater, the New London Barn Playhouse, and Northern Stage. Outside the arts, Daniel was an Undergraduate Advisor (UGA), part of the Dartmouth Asian American Studies Collective (DAASC), and a leader in People of Color in the Outdoors (POCO), a sub-club of the Dartmouth Outing Club (DOC). Daniel is very passionate about creating community through art and noticing the beautiful, little things around us :).

The Edward Connery Lathem '51 Digital Library Fellow joins the Digital by Dartmouth Library team for a full year, to learn about, engage in, and contribute to the work of the Library's digital programs. The position, open to recent Dartmouth graduates, is flexible to fit the skills and interests of each individual fellow, and could include a larger independent project designed by the fellow.

Jones Memorial Digital Media Fellow

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Sarah I. Storms

Sarah develops promotional materials for Jones Media Center's programming. She graduated in 2023 with a major in Studio Art. 

The Jones Memorial Digital Media Fellowship provides an opportunity for a graduating student or recent graduate of Dartmouth College to spend a year learning digital media technology as applied to the academic curriculum and careers in librarianship. The fellowship may be tailored to the individual interests of the candidate where their skills support the mission of the Jones Media Center.

Edward Connery Lathem ’51 Special Collections Fellow

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Elizabeth Hadley ’23, 2023-2024 Fellow

Elizabeth Hadley ’23 (she/her), the Edward Connery Lathem ‘51 Special Collections Fellow, is a Classical Languages and Literature major and English/Creative Writing minor from northern New Jersey.  Since her freshman year of college, she loved being a Learning Fellow for undergraduate Latin classes and a tutor for high school students.  During her undergraduate career at Dartmouth, she worked on a 15th-century Book of Hours from Rauner's Collection, combining her studies in Classics and Paleography.  Elizabeth's passion for seeing the intersection of multiple disciplines culminated in her Honors Senior Thesis, A Metamorphosis of the Metamorphoses, a collection of poems inspired by Ovid's Metamorphoses.  Elizabeth wants to further explore the interconnectedness of Dartmouth's digital archives, the Hood, and Rauner's collections and is invested in bringing more students from multiple backgrounds into Rauner to make Rauner's collections more accessible to all.  In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys reading, skiing, dancing, and spending time with friends and family.

The Edward Connery Lathem ’51 Special Collections Fellowship offers recent Dartmouth graduates an opportunity to work in Rauner Special Collections Library and gain valuable experience with archives, manuscripts and rare books. The fellow will work on a major project or several smaller projects tailored to his or her skills and interests while gaining a general overview of a career in special collections.