University of Michigan School of Information
Joyce Bonk Assistantship
The Bonk Assistantship is a program combining education and work experience for students within the MSI. Students attend classes full-time and work a 50% appointment in the university while earning a full tuition scholarship, health care benefits and a stipend. This is a two-year appointment available for incoming students. The position is in the Clements Library and is ideal for students interested in special collections, digital preservation or archives. View the position description. Applicants are reviewed for this position based on submitted application materials.
You can read about Corey Schimdt, who digitized more than 5,000 objects for the Clements Library during his Joyce Bonk Assistantship.