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HBCU Radio Preservation Project: Internship Opportunity

  • 1.  HBCU Radio Preservation Project: Internship Opportunity

    Posted Feb 29, 2024 04:37 PM

    I'm happy to share that the HBCU Radio Preservation Project, a multi-year effort funded by the Mellon Foundation and led by WYSO and the Northeast Document Conservation Center (NEDCC), is announcing a paid internship opportunity! $20/hr during the summer semester (up to 16 weeks at 40 hours per week, depending on the successful candidate's academic calendar). 

    The HBCU Radio Preservation Project seeks to provide learning opportunities and mentorship for graduate students from diverse backgrounds and underrepresented populations. The project has established a summer semester position for a graduate student to work alongside the project field archivist and other staff from the NEDCC, assisting in the preservation of materials at the radio stations located on HBCU campuses. The intern will gain real-world, practical skills in audio preservation and oral history by participating in a broad range of activities supporting collaboration between the radio stations and the institutional archives on their campuses, focusing on project-based learning with clear outcomes.  

    Learn more at  

    Applications are due March 22nd. Please share with your community!  

    Ryn Marchese
    Northeast Document Conservation Center
    Marketing Manager