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The Schomburg Center is looking for highly organized, curious, motivated undergraduates, graduates, and graduate/professional school students eager to learn and collaborate within our archival research, collecting, and educational areas. Mentees gain experience in our five research divisions and engagement with fellows, scholars, curators, and professional staff. These three (3) paid interns, working collaboratively and reporting to a mentor/supervisor, will research and prepare Gender and Race Equity programs and digital and physical exhibitions to illuminate the roles of women of color as we mark the centenary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. Mentees will gain first-hand experience with Black history and culture, and a window into Black librarianship and African and African American Studies, which owes its start to the Schomburg Center.