Volunteer at the National Indian Law Library
The National Indian Law Library serves the information needs of the Native American Rights Fund and the public during regular business hours (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday). The library normally employs a part-time temporary employee, volunteers, and student interns. Typical duties include:
- website maintenance & publishing,
- online catalog maintenance,
- research assistance,
- document retrieval, and
- special projects.
Paid part-time work-study positions --
For local students at colleges and universities on the front range of Colorado. There are no positions at this time.
Please check with David Selden (contact below) to see if we have any openings before applying. For local students and local professionals who can commit at least 4 hours on a weekly basis for at least four months. Download the Volunteer Application.
Non-paid internships --
Please check with David Selden (see below) to see if we have any openings before applying. For local students at colleges and universities on the Front Range of Colorado. Please contact the library at least one month prior to the next semester if you are interested in interning. The library takes no more than two interns/semester. Projects, duties, and hours are determined by the student's academic faculty and the National Indian Law Library Director. Download the Internship Application.
To discuss volunteering or interning at the National Indian Law Library, please
fill out an application or contact:
David Selden, Law Librarian,
National Indian Law Library,
Boulder, CO 80302
If you are second-year law student and wish to clerk or intern at the Native American Rights Fund, visit the clerkship/intership page for more information..