Oral History and Folklife Research, a 501(c)(3) non profit is looking for associates/partners to help build the organization. OHFR was founded in 2013, and has conducted oral history projects among the disability community, immigrants, hunters and sportsmen, and cannery workers. We conduct workshops for community scholars and consult with communities regarding oral history materials. We work on a project and contract basis. when a project is funded, we work as contractors on the project, being paid from grant funds or donations raised in fundraisers. Interested persons can visit our website at www.oralhistoryandfolklife.org. Contact Keith Ludden email@example.com or 207-458-1377.