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AHHA Intern Spotlight: Le’Evelyn Hammett

Posted by: Donna Sokol

We regularly feature the interns whose hard work positively impacts the Library. Today’s interview is with a 2023 participant in the Archives, History and Heritage Advanced (AHHA) internship program, Le’Evelyn Hammett. The Library is accepting applications until April 22, 2024 for the fall cohort. Read more about the internship and how to apply on the …

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Register Now for CCDI’s Summer Fuse 2024

Posted by: Isabel Brador

Join us!  The Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI) will host its third Annual Summer Fuse event on Monday, June 24, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. EDT. This virtual event will feature presentations from our 2024 CCDI Award Recipients, a Community-Engaged AI Panel, and CCDI Junior Fellows and AHHA intern.    Click here to register for the event! …

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2024 AHHA Internship Applications Open

Posted by: Donna Sokol

This is a guest post by Diana Gibbs, program manager for the AHHA internship program.    The Library of Congress welcomes applications now through Monday, April 22, 2024 for the 2024 session of the Archives, History and Heritage Advanced (AHHA) Internship Program. Doors are open to candidates located throughout the United States: AHHA includes options …

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CCDI Interns Explore the Power and Possibilities of Words with the Mary Church Terrell Papers

Posted by: Brian Foo

In the fall of 2023, Ide Amari Thompson and Madeline Toombs participated in the Archives, History and Heritage Advanced Internship Program (AHHA) as interns with the Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI) team. During their 10-week remote internship, they explored how transcript data of the Library’s Mary Church Terrell Papers could enable new forms of storytelling …