Tag Archive: jobs

Mar 02

Are you job hunting?

Check out I Need a Library Job! You can look at jobs by state. A great resource for job hunters. Good luck out there.

Dec 05

Beta Phi Mu/ALISS Career Forum

Looking for a job or getting ready to? Wondering if your resume is up to par or just need a little help coming up with that perfect hook for your cover letter? ALISS and Beta Phi Mu are co-sponsoring a Career Forum for all SLIS students on Saturday, January 28th from 9am – 1pm. Leaders …

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Nov 08

Free Workshop on Job Searching for SLIS Graduates

Please join Robin Haun-Mohamed, Director, Collection Management and Preservation, Library Services and Content Management, United States Government Printing Office, Tiffany Smith Licciardi, Leadership Team Coordinator, Department of State’s Office of eDiplomacy, and Bridget Roddy, Virtual Student Foreign Service (VSFS) Program Manager, State Department’s Office of eDiplomacy, for a free web conference on Wednesday, November 16 at …

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Oct 21

Tight Competition

Wondering about the job market once you graduate from SLIS? The Library Journal just published the results of their 2010 Job Placement survey. A great read, check it out! It’s not all bad news.

Aug 23

SLIS Jobs Listserv Information

We’re all looking forward to testing the waters in our new profession. One way to find your dream position is to subscribe to the SLIS Jobs Listserv. Dr. Irwin has graciously posted instructions. I’ll share them below: How to Subscribe to SLIS_JOBS-L Send an e-mail message to listserv@listserv.indiana.edu Leave the subject line blank. In the …

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Nov 22

Archived Video of LLAMA HR Job Hunt Webinar

Thank you to those who attended the LLAMA (Library Leadership and Management Association) webinar, “Job Hunting for the Recent or Pending MLS Graduate” either in person at the ALISS group viewing or at your own home. The following URL will lead you to a recording of the webinar, the archived slides and a short evaluation …

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