Audio Recording Rhonda Mace interview conducted by Virginia Nickerson, 2018-10-09.

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Title
Rhonda Mace interview conducted by Virginia Nickerson, 2018-10-09.
Summary
Rhonda Mace describes how she went from being a "bug-ologist," who was planning to teach science to high-schoolers, to her current job teaching youth from kindergarten to college about how to reduce, reuse, and recycle. An entertaining and engaging speaker, Mace describes the challenges and opportunities of working with school systems. She talks about the "ah-ha" moments when youth connect their behaviors with the impact on the environment and get turned on to being responsible with their trash.
Contributor Names
Mace, Rhonda, interviewee.
Nickerson, Virginia, interviewer.
Occupational Folklife Project, sponsor.
Created / Published
2018-10-09
Subject Headings
-  Mace, Rhonda--Interviews
-  Youth
-  Career changes
-  Vocational interests
-  Work environment
-  Education
-  Job satisfaction
-  Quality of work life
-  Refuse and refuse disposal--Employees--Interviews
-  Refuse disposal industry--Vermont
-  Refuse and refuse disposal--Vermont
-  Williston (Vt.),--event place
Genre
Sound recordings
Digital photographs--Color--2010-2020
Interviews
Oral histories
Personal narratives
Notes
-  Mace and the interviewer knew one another through mutual friends and from when the interviewer had briefly worked at the Chittenden Solid Waste District. The interview is in two parts. These materials are also deposited at the Vermont Folklife Center. An abbreviated version of this interview may also appear in the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund Farm-to-Plate "Career Profiles and Pathways" project.
-  Recorded at the picnic table outside the Chittenden Solid Waste District Edu-shed, Williston, Vermont, October 9, 2018.
-  Trash talk--workers in Vermont's changing waste management industry : Archie Green Fellows project, 2018-2019 (AFC 2018/031: 05205) Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
-  To honor the memory of Archie Green (1917-2009), a fellowship program was established at the American Folklife Center in 2010. Archie Green Fellowships support new research in the contemporary culture and traditions of American workers.
-  In English.
Medium
2 sound files (wav) (01:04:09) : digital, sound.
8 photographs : digital, jpg, color.
1 manuscript : docx, jpg, text file.
Source Collection
Trash talk--workers in Vermont's changing waste management industry : Archie Green Fellows project, 2018-2019 AFC 2018/031: 05205
Repository
Library of Congress Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, 101 Independence Ave. S.E., Washington, DC USA 20540-4610 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/folklife.home
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/afc2018031.afc2018031_05205_sr01
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/afc2018031.afc2018031_05205_sr02
afc2018031.afc2018031_05205_ph
afc2018031.afc2018031_05205_ms01
Library of Congress Control Number
2020655478
Rights Advisory
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Access Advisory
Collection is open for research. To request materials, please contact the Folklife Reading Room at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/folklife.contact
Language
english
Online Format
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Description
Rhonda Mace describes how she went from being a "bug-ologist," who was planning to teach science to high-schoolers, to her current job teaching youth from kindergarten to college about how to reduce, reuse, and recycle. An entertaining and engaging speaker, Mace describes the challenges and opportunities of working with school systems. She talks about the "ah-ha" moments when youth connect their behaviors with the impact on the environment and get turned on to being responsible with their trash.
Original Format
sound recording
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/2020655478
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Credit line

The "Big Top" Show Goes On: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2011-2012 (AFC 2012/003), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Boeing Aircraft Factory Workers : Archie Green Fellows Project, 2012-2013 (AFC 2012/036), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Cultural Traditions of Ironworkers in America's Upper Midwest: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2011-2012 (AFC 2011/062), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Dairy Farm Workers in New York's North Country, 2012-2013 (AFC 2012/033), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Funeral Services Workers in the Carolinas, Archie Green Fellows Project, 2016-2017 (AFC 2016/037), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Hairdresser and Beauty Shop Culture in America: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2011-2012 (AFC 2012/035), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Homeless Shelter Workers in the Upper Midwest, Archie Green Fellows Project, 2016-2017, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress (AFC 2016/034)

Illuminating History: Union Electricians in New York City, Archie Green Fellows Project, 2016-2017 (AFC 2016/035), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Recent Immigrant Workers in Iowa's Meatpacking Industry: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2015-2016 (AFC 2015/026), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Stable Views: Voices and Stories from the Thoroughbred Racetrack: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2011-2012 (AFC 2012/034), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Taking Care--Documenting the Occupational Culture of Home Care Workers, Archie Green Fellows Project, 2014-2015 (AFC 2014/021), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress)

Tobacco Workers of the Connecticut River Valley: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2014-2015 (AFC 2014/020), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Trash Talk: Workers in Vermont's Waste Management Industry: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2018-2019 (AFC 2018/031), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Western Folklife Center Occupational Folklore Project: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2011-2012 (AFC 2011/064), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Working the Port of Houston: Archie Green Fellows Project, 2011-2012 (AFC 2012/006), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

Working the Waterfront, New Bedford, Massachusetts, Archie Green Fellows Project, 2016-2017 (AFC 2016/036), American Folklife Center, Library of Congress

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Chicago citation style:

Mace, Rhonda, Interviewee, Virginia Nickerson, and Sponsor Occupational Folklife Project. Rhonda Mace interview conducted by Virginia Nickerson, -10-09. -10-09, 2018. Pdf. http://www.surfoboards.com/item/2020655478/.

APA citation style:

Mace, R., Nickerson, V. & Occupational Folklife Project, S. (2018) Rhonda Mace interview conducted by Virginia Nickerson, -10-09. -10-09. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, http://www.surfoboards.com/item/2020655478/.

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Mace, Rhonda, Interviewee, Virginia Nickerson, and Sponsor Occupational Folklife Project. Rhonda Mace interview conducted by Virginia Nickerson, -10-09. -10-09, 2018. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.surfoboards.com/item/2020655478/>.

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