Authenticity Project Fellowships
Opens Oct 29 2018 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline Dec 2 2018 11:59 PM (EST)
Description

The Authenticity Project, hosted jointly by the HBCU Library Alliance + Digital Library Federation, is an IMLS-funded mentoring and professional development program for early- to mid-career HBCU librarians.

Our goal is to build a more diverse, inclusive, collaborative, and cohesive next-generation digital library workforce, ready to work across types of institutions in building infrastructure of various kinds (social and technological) in service to a wide array of communities.

Want to volunteer as a mentor or conversation parter? These opportunities for senior HBCU librarians and digital library staff at PWIs are available here.

Authenticity Project Fellowships


The Authenticity Project, hosted jointly by the HBCU Library Alliance + Digital Library Federation, is an IMLS-funded mentoring and professional development program for early- to mid-career HBCU librarians.

Our goal is to build a more diverse, inclusive, collaborative, and cohesive next-generation digital library workforce, ready to work across types of institutions in building infrastructure of various kinds (social and technological) in service to a wide array of communities.

Want to volunteer as a mentor or conversation parter? These opportunities for senior HBCU librarians and digital library staff at PWIs are available here.

Opens
Oct 29 2018 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline
Dec 2 2018 11:59 PM (EST)