Various Salisbury University and other local school classes visit the Nabb Research Center each semester to access its diverse resources. Many of the students are doing historical research using archival materials such as maps, diaries, business records, political collections and correspondence. Other disciplines find the extensive resources and exhibits useful as well. Discover some of the ways the Nabb Research Center can be helpful by reading What can the Nabb Research Center do for me?
Student opportunities at the Nabb Research Center for history and other majors include:
Internships are offered each semester at the Nabb Research Center for various disciplines including History, English, and Communication Arts. Contact us or your instructor for more information.
Graduate students in the history program should contact the head of the history graduate program about graduate assistant opportunities.
Limited opportunities exist for student workers to assist on archival processing and curatorial projects. When there are openings, further information will be posted here.
Each semester students volunteer for a variety of tasks in order to acquire valuable experience to help them in their future careers or in order to pursue advanced degrees. Possible assignments could include archival processing, scanning, document transcription, or writing articles for our Shoreline journal. Contact us at 410-543-6312 if you are able to commit your time and are interested in volunteering.
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