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ALA welcomes three Alternative Spring Break students

Today, we welcomed a new cohort of University of Michigan students to the Washington Office for a week-long internship in D.C. The internship is a part of the University’s School of Information “Alternative Spring Break” program. The students—Sophia McFadden-Keesling, Adrienne Royce, and Natalia Holtzman—will work on two projects related to…

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ALA DC Office welcomes U Michigan grad students

              Once again, the American Library Association (ALA) Washington Office is participating in the Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program with the University of Michigan’s Information School. The ASB program: Creates the opportunity for students to engage in a service-oriented integrative learning experience; connects public sector…

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ALA welcomes Alternative Spring Break student Natalie Yee

Next week, we welcome University of Michigan student Natalie Yee to the American Library Association (ALA) Washington Office, where she will learn about information-related fields as part of her university’s School of Information Alternative Spring Break program. Yee will conduct research on online resources and tools produced by the ALA…

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From Michigan to the Capital

This week, we say farewell to University of Michigan students Claire Abraham and Jonathan Davidson, two graduate students who traveled to the American Library Association’s (ALA) Washington Office for one week to learn about information-related fields as part of the university’s School of Information Alternative Spring Break program. While in…

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