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This is an invaluable experience.  I did this when completing my
internship and it was outstanding.  As a young practitioner, I highly
encourage anyone who is able to host a student; especially one who is
motivated to learn the latest RIM practices.

Natalie:  I would get in touch with someone from "The Mile High Denver
Chapter" of ARMA.  They can put you in touch with a variety of
individuals who might help you.  Brian Starck would be a good first
point of contact.


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Dustin McLemore, MPA
Austin Energy
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-----Original Message-----
From: Records Management Program [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On
Behalf Of Natalie Mitchell
Sent: Wednesday, April 15, 2009 12:40 PM
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Subject: Shadow a Records Manager

Hello Everyone,
Some of my fellow students and I at the University of Denver are trying
to
put together an opportunity for those of us interested in Records
Management
to spend anywhere from a couple hours to an entire day with someone
currently working in the field.

If any of you are in Denver or surrounding areas (driving an hour or two
is
completely feasible) and would be willing to host a student for this
activity please let me know.  We're looking for individuals who might be
willing to show students a variety of things, which may mean this would
be a
departure from your "typical" work day.

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