No date is given, but the color photograph and the appearance of Danny Kaye point to a later period in his life. Doug McKenzie Photographer. Kaye/Fine Collection, Music Division. Library of Congress.

2019 Summer Roselani Media Preservation Internship


2019 Summer Roselani Media Preservation Internship (internship-paid)


Kapolei, HI USA

Application Date

April 15, 2019

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‘Ulu’ulu Archive is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2019 Summer Roselani Media Preservation Internship.

ʻUluʻulu: The Henry Ku‘ualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi at the University of
Hawaiʻi – West Oʻahu, in cooperation with the Hawaii Community Foundation, has established the Roselani Media Preservation Internship. ʻUluʻulu is Hawaiʻi’s official state archive for moving images dedicated to the care, preservation, and digitization of film and videotape related to the history and culture of Hawaiʻi.

The purpose of the Roselani Internship is to give a student of merit who is committed to the
preservation of our media history – which covers the political, cultural and historical landscape of these islands – the opportunity to acquire practical experience in a moving image archive.

Length: 6-8 consecutive weeks May – Sept, must complete 200 hours
Stipend Amount: $4,000
Frequency: One (1) Internship per year
Selection: Applications accepted March 1 – April 15; Selection by April 30

Intern activities at ʻUluʻulu may include opportunities in:

• Cataloguing using media asset management software
• Processing and creating inventories of archival audiovisual materials
• Preservation activities including cleaning and re-housing of audiovisual materials, and
environmental monitoring
• Digitization of videotapes, documents and photographs
• Social media information management

Eligibility and Application

1. Applicant must be enrolled (full time or part time) in a moving image preservation or
archival academic program; or must be accepted into such a program for the next
academic year
2. The applicant must have a GPA of at least 3.0 in his/her academic program
3. The applicant must be authorized to work in the United States
4. The applicant must submit
a. An internship application
b. An official sealed transcript from the applicant’s most recent academic program
c. A cover letter describing the applicant’s relevant experience and interest in an
internship at ʻUluʻulu
d. Two letters of recommendation
e. A current resume or CV