Fri, Feb 28, 2020, 10:00 – 11:30 am 1701 Broadway, Broadway-Edison Building, Library room 2101-A
Seattle Central College Library has designed an open house event specifically for those of you able to visit their campus. You’re invited to explore careers in community college librarianship by attending this event — and it’s just a quick light rail trip away from campus. This is a very exciting networking opportunity which you should strongly consider attending.
iCareers Listings: Part Time Librarian and Information Literacy Directed Fieldwork
Part-Time Librarian (.3 FTE) at The Valley School (#10196)
The Valley School is a co-educational day elementary school, serving students in grades pre-k through the fifth grade. Founded in 1985, The Valley School offers a high-quality academic foundation in a small school setting, rich with opportunities for creativity, exploration, and play. The Valley School is seeking to fill a Part Time Librarian position reporting to the Director of Teaching and Learning.
Information Literacy Directed Fieldwork at UW Bothell
The Library at the University of Washington-Bothell will sponsor one MLIS student for Directed Fieldwork for Spring quarter 2020. Applicants must be able to sign up for 2 credits (100 hours). The fieldwork will be focused on information literacy and instruction.
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Deadline: Autumn 2019 Directed Fieldwork due by September 12, 2019 in iCareers
Some late-breaking DFW and job opportunities have opened up this week; please note that quite a few of the fall DFW opportunities overall have the potential to become Capstones. Save yourself some stress, and get your Capstone sorted out early! Continue reading →
Kelli’s third Hack Library School (HLS) post is now up! It is part of a series that focuses on navigating the workplace culture within the LIS field. This particular article provides useful advice on how to search for an internship. All of the suggestions, whether it be making a list of your own personal values (to see if they align), researching the organization online or through your social network, or considering the geographic and cultural environment (if the internship is not where you live) are also very applicable to a job search.
This article from Lorraine Bruce, iSchool faculty:
Just thought you might be interested. Features our students and the work we have been doing with Seattle Symphony. This is just one project. We have been doing lots of interesting things with them for the past 4 years through the Directed field work program. They love us and our students.