Wow!  This is wonderful.  Martin Walker and the Chemistry WikiProject,
call your offices :)

On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 6:26 PM, Dominic McDevitt-Parks
<> wrote:
> I am excited to announce that the Chemical Heritage Foundation[1]—a
> non-profit repository in Philadelphia, USA with collections relating to the
> history and heritage of chemistry, chemical engineering, and related
> sciences and technologies—is seeking an experienced Wikipedian to serve as
> their Wikipedian in Residence[2]. The Wikipedian in Residence will work as a
> community coordinator and strengthen the relationship between CHF and the
> Wikipedian community through a range of activities, similar to past
> GLAM-Wiki[3] residencies. This is a full-time, temporary position with a
> small stipend with an immediate opening.
> The Wikipedian in Residence's potential activities includes organizing
> on-site events for the local Wikipedian community, adding digital content
> from CHF's holdings to Wikimedia Commons and Wikisource, encouraging
> increased content or quality of Wikipedia articles using CHF resources,
> teaching Wikipedia skills to the CHF staff or researcher community, and
> documenting their experiences in blogs, social media, or elsewhere.
> To learn more or apply, please visit
> <>.
> Questions relating to the position can be sent to Jeffery Guin, Manager of
> Emerging Media, at <>, or to me if they are general
> queries about Wikipedians in Residence or GLAM-Wiki. Please forward this
> message to other lists or or contacts you think would be interested. Thanks!
> [1] See
> [2] To learn more about Wikipedians in Residence, please visit
> <>.
> [3] If you are interested in learning more about Wikipedia's work with
> cultural instituions generally, see
> <>.
> --
> Dominic McDevitt-Parks
> Cultural Partnerships Coordinator, Wikimedia District of Columbia
> @Dominic_MP | @wikimediadc
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