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Wash U Libraries’ Mentoring Program Brown Bag November 29, 2007

Posted by apenningster in FYI, Library Stuff, Student Stuff.
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See information below about a library career-oriented brown bag sponsored by Wash U Libraries’ Mentoring Program. Please contact Cheryl Holland (cholland@wustl.edu or call 935-6626) for additional information.  Feel free to pass the information on to anyone you think might be interested!

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Washington University Libraries’ Mentoring Program presents
Become a Librarian:
An Excellent Career Choice

Place: Washington University – Olin Library Conference Room 142
Date: Friday December 7, 2007
Time: Noon – 1:30pm
The Washington University Libraries Mentoring Program is sponsoring an
information session on Graduate Study in Information Science and Technology.
Session will cover admissions requirements, costs, financial aid, curriculum,
and careers in libraries and other information fields. Graduates and
undergraduates of all disciplines are welcome.
Guest Speaker: Karen M. Robinson
Clinical Instructor, University Of Missouri – Columbia, School of Information Science & Learning Technologies, Reference Librarian, Thomas Jefferson Library, University of Missouri – St. Louis
The session will also include:
• ACRL Video, Faces of a Profession, which highlights the role of academic librarians,
what they do and why they made their career choices
• Discussion, Question & Answer
Participants can bring their lunch. Refreshments provided.
Please RSVP to: cholland@wustl.edu or call 935-6626
Cheryl Holland, Mentoring Coordinator
Washington University in St. Louis, Olin Library

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