Round Table for Ethnic Minority Concerns (REMCo) is a round table for North Carolina Library Association that serves as a voice for ethnic and minority members. REMCo strives to improve service to and in some cases even initiate service for the ethnic communities that we all serve. It is overseen by the action of an Executive Board elected to two-year terms.
Duke University Libraries Practicum OpportunitiesLibrary Human Resources Field Experience (unpaid)
Rubenstein Library (Duke University)
Under the supervision of the Curator of the History of Medicine Collections, this position will provide support for public services and collection development activities of the History of Medicine.
The Consumer Reports Processing Intern will primarily arrange and describe archival materials held in the Consumer Reports Archives collections, part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising, and Marketing in the Rubenstein Library. The intern may also participate in outreach, programming, and instruction activities, depending on opportunities and the intern’s abilities and interests. The intern will be supervised by the Hartman Center Technical Services Archivist.
Under the supervision of the Director of the John Hope Franklin Research Center, this position will provide support for public services and collection development activities of the Franklin Research Center.
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