Royal Holloway Passport Scheme Opportunities in Library and Archives
The Royal Holloway Passport Award
The Royal Holloway Passport Award recognises students’ involvement in co-curricular activities – the things you do that complement your academic study, enhance your student experience and give you an employability advantage. Any student can earn the award simply by collecting points for a range of activities.
- Develop the transferrable skills employers are looking for
- Learn how to sell yourself in a competitive job market
- Receive a Passport Award certificate and celebrate your achievements
- Gain recognition to the difference you make in College and local communities
To find out more about the award go to www.rhul.ac.uk/passport and for the latest updates follow @RHULPassport on Twitter.
Opportunities for working in the Royal Holloway Library and Archive Service
Discover Your Library Marketing Assistant
The purpose of this exciting role is to work alongside Library staff to develop new ways of promoting the services the Library provides to students. The primary focus will be marketing the Discover Your Library term. This programme of events runs throughout the spring term and promotes the diverse range of resources and services the Library provides. 20 Points will be available to students after the delivery of an agreed series of objectives over the period September - April. An additional 5 points are also available in recognition of an outstanding contribution. For further information speak to Amy Warner.
Archive Catalogue Enhancement
This role will allow a volunteer to gain experience in a professional archives service. The College Archives hold both College records and collections relating to the theatre and the volunteer will be expected to assist with enhancing our existing catalogue by adding extra information to catalogue entries and listing new material. This is an excellent opportunity for a person interested in a career in archives or with an interest in the history of the College to get hands on experience of working with historical documents. For more information please contact Annabel Gill.