Employer Connections Fair Sponsor Highlight – Sno-Isle Libraries

The Information School is excited to have the Sno-Isle Libraries as one of our sponsors this year for our Employer Connections Fair.  To learn more about this exciting organization check out the link below and make sure to visit their table on Tuesday, February 4th!2012 Logo Color

Sno-Isle Libraries serves 681,000 residents through 21 community libraries, bookmobile stops and the Service Center throughout Snohomish and Island counties.  It is a warm, friendly environment full of energy where you can work with the communities you serve.  Sno-Isle libraries are known for both the progressive approach we take to our work and for our responsiveness to the needs of our communities.

From day one, you’ll have the opportunity to take part in internal and external learning events. The Sno-Isle New Hire Orientation Program will get you off to a solid start. From there, you can take advantage of a number of programs that will take your skills further, such as leadership training, technical instruction, teleconferences, webinars and association conferences. Regardless of your experience or skill level, you’ll find opportunities for career growth within Sno-Isle Libraries.

Sno-Isle Libraries are continually adopting new technologies and providing new services. That means you’ll have the chance to grow and learn as technology and services evolve. Plus, Sno-Isle will support you with ongoing opportunities for professional development and training.

If you’re ready to be a part of something special, explore all the opportunities with Sno-Isle Libraries.

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