Interns & Volunteers

Library and Archives

The George C. Marshall Foundation Research Library and Archives  staff seeks archives interns to work with the library director processing materials. The archives interns will help organize, catalog, and process a variety of materials, including correspondence, reports, audio and video recordings, maps, and photographs that are housed in the archives.


  • Interest in gaining practical experience.
  • Knowledge of basic archival principles and practices.
  • Knowledge of 20th Century American history.
  • Good computer, communication, and organization skills.

The internship may be completed for college credit if approved by your program.

Download Application



The George C. Marshall Foundation has opportunities for volunteers to contribute to the important work it performs. Currently volunteers are needed to assist the library director with organizing collections. Individuals with a knowledge of 20th Century American history, particularly diplomatic and military history, and/or basic archives principles and practices are especially desirable.

Download Application


For information about internships or volunteer opportunities contact Melissa Davis, Director of Library & Archives, by email at or by phone at (540) 463-7103 ext. 122.