LCR offers several paid and non-paid work-integrated learning opportunities for students at the University of Calgary and beyond.
Current University of Calgary Students
LCR hosts students from several student work programs at the University of Calgary. Read more below about these opportunities, when they are usually posted, and how to apply.
Students from Other Institutions
Libraries and Cultural Resources is a converged institution, home to 6 library branches, an archives and special collections, the Nickle Galleries, the Military Museums and the Founders Gallery. These units support a variety of high-quality, hands-on, professional learning experiences for students in library sciences and library tech programs, museum and cultural heritage, archival studies, and digital scholarship including:
- Professional Experience Placements
- Practica for MLIS and LibTech Students
If you are a student in a library, archival, cultural heritage, or digital scholarship program interested in a placement at LCR, please get in touch through our Experiential Learning consultation form, noting the unit or area you are interested in working with. LCR also occasionally posts open positions for non-University of Calgary students on the University of Calgary Careers page.