Applications are open for Archives Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University in the United States of America. The UB-JHU Community Archives Fellowship is a joint program of Johns Hopkins’ Billie Holiday Project for Liberation Arts and the University of Baltimore Special Collections and Archives designed to increase African American/Black presence in cultural heritage and archival fields. Through the fellowship program and collaborative engagement activities, the broad goals of the UB-JHU partnership are to:
Incumbents will be offered a two-year appointment at either Johns Hopkins University or the University of Baltimore. They will support collection processing at the resident institution and work collaboratively with peer Fellows and staff to implement engagement activities involving Baltimore’s historic African American churches and the local society of black arts cultural centers. This position requires travel to the communities served.
Fellows will be trained and mentored by Library staff and faculty and will work closely with community partners to meet program goals. Fellowships are temporary, project-based experiential opportunities. This is an excellent career development opportunity, although there is no promise of employment with either institution at the conclusion of the fellowship.
The candidate on this fellowship position will do the following duties
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|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Organizer||Johns Hopkins University|