Working at Letterform Archive, you are surrounded by — and interact with — beautiful, meaningful materials from the Archive’s collection, as well as a diverse and dynamic community of those who love letters and design. Your colleagues are 14 people who are passionate about the organization and eager to share their enthusiasm through their work.
Letterform Archive believes strongly in building a workplace that provides for everyone to reach their full potential and thrive as both workers and people.
To help achieve that goal, the Archive seeks to build a culture where:
Belonging, dignity, and justice also means centering the voices and experiences of marginalized people and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply for work at the Archive, including: women; Black, Indigenous, and people of color; folks who are trans or nonbinary; people who are queer, lesbian, gay, or bisexual; Autistic and neurodivergent people; folks with visible or invisible disabilities; anyone from another historically marginalized group or anyone at the intersection of these groups.
To find out more about Belonging, Dignity, and Justice as a framework, read the work of Aida Mariam Davis.
Letterform Archive is an equal opportunity workplace, community, and place of learning. The Archive does not discriminate in employment or in offering educational services and programs. Learn more.
As part of Letterform Archive's commitment to Belonging, Dignity, and Justice, the Archive ensures accessibility by providing reasonable accommodation to any employee with a disability who requires accommodation to perform the essential functions of their job.
Likewise, if you are an individual with a disability and need assistance applying or have questions about accommodation during the hiring process, please email email@example.com.
We aren’t hiring at the moment, but we always welcome volunteers.