The Library of Congress has a Work Study Student Program. It is a career development program for high school students. They should be local to Washington, D.C. It offers on-the-job training and career development. It also offers classroom instruction. It is a paid program. Students earn a federal salary. They receive work site supervision and career assistance. Students work part-time when school is in session. They also have the possibility of working full-time during school breaks. This work is in administrative support.
The Library of Congress is the world's largest library of human knowledge. The program teaches students about the library’s environment and culture. Students perform a variety of library tasks. These include copyright, preservation, reference, access standards, and information management.