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Finding Value in Internships & Voluteering Panel Presentations

This piece was originally composed for the Conference of Inter-Mountain Archivists’ Newsletter  Vol. 40 Issue 3 June 2013

In May I chaired two panels on the advantages of creating worthwhile internships and volunteer opportunities for aspiring archival professionals. These panels grew out of an increase in concern over gaining professional experience versus doing “grunt work.” Continue reading Finding Value in Internships & Voluteering Panel Presentations

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The Busy Archivist

I have not written in a while and I do apologize, but I have been uninspired, rejected, accepted, and busy wearing other hats. The past couple of months I have not gotten a full time job which I am slightly ambivalent about and was denied a mini-grant which I am slightly disappointed about. But on the good side Continue reading The Busy Archivist