Student Internship Opportunity with the Black Metropolis Research Consortium

DePaul University Special Collections and Archives has partnered with the Black Metropolis Research Consortium (BMRC) to offer a paid summer internship opportunity for a DePaul student. This summer’s internship will be remote, and care has been taken to design an engaging online experience with other interns, the host site’s staff,BMRC Logo and BMRC staff and Board members.  The internship program is specifically designed for students of color. The stipend is $3,000.

Applications are due March 16, and additional information and instructions are on our website. This opportunity is specifically for students of color (Black/African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian, Hispanic/Latinx, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander descent, or multi-racial) and is designed to address the issue of underrepresentation of critically needed ethnic archivists within the archives profession.

2020 AMAIP Intern Jahru McCulley
Jahru provided descriptive information for photographs documenting the Chicago jazz scene for his 2020 internship.

Jahru McCulley ’20 was the DePaul intern last year; you can watch a 15 minute YouTube video about Jahru’s experiences with the Chicago History Museum and read about past interns and the Archie Motley Archival Internship Program.

For general information, contact Jamie Nelson, Head of Special Collections and Archives, at jnelso56@depaul.edu. For application questions, contact Allison Sutton, BMRC Program Manager/Archivist, at amsutton@uchicago.edu.

 

 

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