The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum is administered by the National Archives & Records Administration and supported, in part, by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, a non-profit organization.

The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to carry forward President Kennedy’s legacy, with programs that aim to inspire and engage Americans and people throughout the world with his timeless vision and vibrant ideals of peace, justice, optimism, and service. 

Textual Metadata Cataloger

We are looking for a talented, team-oriented Textual Metadata Cataloger to join the Archives Digitization team. This individual will perform duties associated with digitizing and describing the Kennedy Library’s unique archival holdings and will be responsible for imaging archival materials in a variety of formats (primarily, but not limited to, textual materials) as well as creating associated descriptive, technical, and administrative metadata using Dublin Core standards.

Research Room Internship, 19-RR-01

Interns in the Research Room at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library assist professional reference staff in responding to research requests for textual (paper-based) archival collections. The intern's primary responsibility will be answering reference requests from off-site researchers, including anyone from scholars to publishers to the general public, and covering a wide range of topics.

Staff and Payroll Accountant

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer of the JFK Library Foundation, the Staff & Payroll Accountant will perform critical tasks for the Accounting Department. The individual will work independently and collaboratively to meet competing deadlines and assist with a variety of projects.