“I recommend getting a student assistant job and getting involved with whatever looks interesting to you. Join student groups, be on a committee, do things to help build your resume while you are in school. I learned so much from being the blog writer and just talking and interviewing other people about what they do, what they did, what they are interested in, what their advice is, etc.”
Priscilla Ameneyro, ‘18 MLIS
Content Specialist at VSP Global
Innovative Librarians Award Recognizes Early-Career Librarians: Entries Accepted through Jan. 31, 2019
Graduate students who are currently enrolled in a Master of Library and Information Science degree program accredited by the American Library Association, or have graduated within the past two years, are encouraged to apply for the 2019 Innovative Librarians Award.
The San José State University School of Information welcomes Kansas Historical Society State Archivist Matt Veatch to the Master of Archives and Records Administration Advisory Board.