Content Analyst and Community Outreach Interns for Awesome Archive Project

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Recruiting Organization: KRIA Icelandic Constitution Archive

About of the project: KRIA The Icelandic Constitution Archive

In 2011, Iceland wrote its constitution using a uniquely and historically open process. It reshaped the dialogue on how a population can harness technology, consensus building, and civic engagement in reimagining its foundation. Unfortunately, the material around this historical event is disappearing. KRIA is an interdisciplinary initiative to preserve its evidence and make content widely accessible.

About the Internship:

The KRIA internship is an opportunity for students interested in library science, Scandinavian studies, constitutional law, journalism, or civic movements. The internship will be conducted remotely. Tasks will be performed independently on the student's schedule. Students will meet on Zoom monthly with the Project Director and internship team to discuss ideas and progress. All positions are remote; therefore, applicants must have a computer and internet access. There are three types of internship positions available. Please refer to the descriptions below.


The following internship positions are unpaid. Interns will be provided a letter of recommendation, any necessary assessments, and a summary of work conducted at the close of the internship.


Three months 10-20 hours a week. The internship program is flexible to students' schedules and course requirements. We ask for a minimum commitment of 5 hours per week.

Extensions beyond the three-month term are available upon request. If participating in this internship as part of a course credit please discuss requirements with your instructor or department.

Opportunity 1. Content Analyst Internship:

* This opportunity is excellent for students interested in digital humanities, political science, civic engagement, and bottom-up constitutional processes.


  • The student will review provided materials within the KRIA archive and identify terminology/metadata to serve the public in accessing materials.
  • Each intern will be assigned a multimedia collection to examine and label.


  • Ability to analyze multimedia content and produce summaries.
  • Critical thinking (i.e., what search terms will be used to discover this material)
  • Working knowledge of Google Spreadsheets
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills

Opportunity 2. Media Outreach Internship:

* This opportunity is excellent for students interested in journalism, civic engagement, comparative law, and the intersection of arts and society.


  • Examine material within the KRIA Collection and repurpose interesting discoveries into creative sharable content on the project's social media sites.
  • Help to develop creative public outreach strategies and social media identity for the project.
  • Interview activists, academics, and journalists from the constitutional process (not required).


  • This position includes creating digital content for social media.
  • Working knowledge with design applications is valuable like Canva, Adobe Suite, or Final Cut (not required).
  • Strong communication skills
  • Robust knowledge of social media tools in Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Training will be provided for all aspects of the internship.

Opportunity 3. Graduate Thesis Internship

*This opportunity is excellent for graduate students looking for either a capstone, thesis project, or leadership position within an internship. This position is highly self-directed and often connects to the topics within the student's area of educational focus. This is a wonderful chance to produce new knowledge in your field. We will work with you and your advisor to review your idea, set goals, and support you throughout your process.


  • Currently enrolled in a graduate program
  • Self-motivated
  • Strong communication skills

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