The Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists

Archives Fellowship Pilot Program


Organization: The Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists

Position: Archives Fellowship Pilot Program

Pay Range: Paid fellowship, $6,000 for the term of the project.

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The Society of Rocky Mountain Archivists is offering a stipend of up to $6,000 for early professionals to participate in our Archives Fellowship Pilot Program. The purpose of this program is to support a more diverse field of applicants who wish to, or are curious about, embarking on a career in the archival field. Acknowledging that the archival field has high barriers to entry, including requiring an ability to complete substantial (and often unpaid) fieldwork and internships, this program is intended to allow early career professionals from underrepresented and marginalized communities to gain experience while also being paid appropriately for their work. In particular, the selection committee encourages Black, Indigenous and/or people of color (BIPOC) to apply.

While host organizations are responsible for providing supplies, necessary tools, training, and supervision for the project, all funding for the fellowship salary will be provided by SRMA and paid directly to the fellow. Free SRMA membership for one year is also provided to the fellow. Individuals and host organizations must apply in tandem.

Host organizations must be located in Colorado or Wyoming, but remote projects for fellows outside of these states is permitted.