Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 3.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Thu, 08 May 2003 06:46:23 +0100
From: Julia Flanders <Julia_Flanders@BROWN.EDU>
Subject: Mentoring in Humanities Computing
This is a quick reminder about this year's ACH Jobs mentoring services. If
you work with graduate students or run a humanities computing training
program, please feel free to this information along to your students, even
if they won't be attending ACH-ALLC this year.
The ACH will be offering mentoring services again this year at ACH-ALLC
2003. The goal of the mentoring program is to help people get their
bearings within the humanities computing job market. Whether you are a
graduate student, a recent graduate, someone changing fields or or jobs, or
just thinking of doing so, mentoring can help you learn more about the jobs
that are out there and what training and experience they require. It can
also give you a more personal perspective on humanities computing jobs,
careers, and research. Sign up for a mentor now (see below), or stop by the
ACH Jobs poster session for an informal chat.
In addition to the conference mentoring, ACH offers year-round mentoring
services, matching those who want advice with those who can provide it.
To sign up to meet with a mentor at ACH-ALLC 2003, or to request a
mentoring contact during the year, please send email to
Julia_Flanders@brown.edu or visit the ACH Jobs page at
for the ACH Jobs group
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