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Smithsonian Celebrates Interns

On June 25, Smithsonian Secretary Clough and many Smithsonian staff attended the eighth annual Networking Reception for Smithsonian Interns. The reception provided interns the opportunity to engage top management, Office of Human Resources recruiters and career representatives in discussions about possible employment and careers at the Smithsonian Institution.

The Libraries has hosted many wonderful interns and would like to feature two from the National Museum of the American Indian Library:

Elviria Aquino (Ohkay Owingeh) is a graduate student at the University of American Indian Arts with a major in Museum Studies. She currently works as a library technician at the New Mexico Supreme Court Law Library and worked as an Education Coordinator during many years at the Okhay Owigeh Department of Education. Elviria possesses an undergraduate degree in Library Technology from Northern New Mexico College. She will be interning in the National Museum of the American Indian Library at the Cultural Resources Center (CRC) in Suitland, Md.

Karen Elizabeth Brown is a graduate student in Library and Information Science at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She currently works as an information technician and digitizing project support at the university’s desktop network services and previously was a reference sssistant at the university’s Business, Humanities and Social Sciences Department. She possesses an undergraduate degree in English and Film Studies from the University of Nebraska. She will be interning in both the National Museum of the American Indian Library and Paper Archives at the CRC.—Liz O'Brien

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