Hi everyone, glad to have found this community. I am just curious, is it even possible to find an archive job without grad school? I'm currently just finished my 2nd year of undergrad and I'm almost 28 years old. I would really rather not have to spend more time in school after undergrad. But are the prospects of finding a job in archives even possible without a graduate degree? Are there any steps a person could take to getting a career in this field through ways other than graduate school?
Also any reccomendations for good grad schools in Canada (if I have to take this route). I know there is a Masters of Archival Studies at UBC. Are there any other schools that offer a program like this?