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By: Leo David Wiltshire
By Erika Colby
(Canadian soldiers guard German prisoners, June 6 1944. Frank Duberville/National Archives of Canada)
I’m sure we have all been there. You apply for a position; one you know you are qualified for and will have no problem being selected for.
Then a week goes by and you haven’t heard back. You start to get nervous, but you’re sure they are just busy, so you wait a little longer.
Then its two weeks.
Alright, so maybe you send them a message?
BAM! now you’re at three weeks and have no response still!
Now you’re stuck with all the work you’ve put off focusing on these responses and are even more worried than before!
By Angelo Gambatesa
© Art Galley of Ontario, 2019
For a variety of reasons, 2019 is a particularly interesting time to navigate an undertaking such as creating arts-based programming. In case such an undertaking happens to be of interest to you, here are three insights- informed by my time spent in the AGO's education department for the last 8 months- to help get you going on the right foot, and more importantly, to stay the course.
So, you want to be a transcriber? Let us get straight to the point. Listening to audio files is the easy part, but spending hours at a desk and typing out everything that is said is no easy feat.
(A Waffen-SS soldier wields the StG 44)