Friday, December 22, 2006

Happy Chrismukkah One and All

Happy Chanukka, Merry Christmas, Happy Chrismukkah, and Happy Festivus for the rest of us!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Connie..I saw this posting about 2 year resident position in US academic library. Do Cdn institutions have same trend happening? (On American Association of Law Libraries web site)

Georgetown Law Library seeks a Resident Librarian. The Residency is a two-year program designed to attract candidates from under represented backgrounds to the challenging and rewarding profession of law librarianship. The Library Resident will have ample opportunity to work in all departments of the library to learn firsthand about the wide variety of functions in a large academic law library. Department rotation schedule and projects will be tailored to the Library Resident’s areas of interest, with a required 10 hours per week at the reference desk. We are seeking applicants who have demonstrated an interest in and potential for success in law librarianship and who are members of historically underrepresented groups (e.g. Asian American/Pacific Islander, Native American, Hispanic American, African American.) Applicants must hold an M.L.S. or equivalent from an American Library Association accredited school by August, 2007, and have no more than two years of experience as a professional librarian. For complete information about this position, visit the Library’s web site.