The University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press welcomes applications from recent graduates with a particular interest in a residency experience. The 2019-2022 Pauline A. Young Residency features work in manuscript and archival processing. The Resident will be responsible for processing two important African American literary collections: the papers of the author Ishmael Reed and the papers of attorney Beverly Axelrod, who is best known for her work representing the Black Panthers and labor organizations in the 1960s and 1970s. While continuing work on manuscript and archival processing, the Resident will also become involved in Special Collections public services, including reference, instruction, outreach, and exhibitions.