Volunteer or Intern at the Archives

The Utah State Archives needs volunteers and interns to help us accomplish our mission of preserving historical government records and making them accessible to the public. Our volunteers and interns work on a variety of projects, including: processing historical government records, creating finding aids and research guides, indexing, and digitizing records.

To Become a Volunteer

  • Be able to commit to at least 20 hours of volunteer service over the course of 3 months. Volunteers are more than welcome to put in more hours or work with us for longer than 3 months.
  • Complete and submit a volunteer application to LKatz@utah.gov
  • Complete a brief in-person interview with the Volunteer Manager to discuss your expectations as well as ours.
  • Coordinate with supervisors to arrange the days and times you plan to be available to work on specific projects.

To Become an Intern

  • Be able to commit to at least 1 semester of intern service (hours dependent on each school’s internship guidelines).
  • Complete and submit an application to LKatz@utah.gov
  • Complete a brief in-person interview with the Volunteer Manager to discuss your expectations as well as ours.
  • Coordinate with supervisors to arrange the days and times you plan to be available to work on specific projects.
Volunteers working

Contact Us

Lauren Singer Katz
lkatz@utah.gov
(801) 531-3836

Page Last Updated September 5, 2019.