NCSU Library Fellows Program Visits SLAIS – November 7 [MLIS/Dual]

From NSCU Library Fellows Program:

Hello Graduating MLIS Students!

The NCSU Libraries Fellows program offers a unique opportunity to a select group of M.L.S. and M.I.S. graduates who will receive the degree between September 2013 and August 2014. David Woodbury (former NCSU Libraries Fellow) and I (current NCSU Libraries Fellow and UBC SLAIS graduate) will visit the iSchool at the University of British Columbia to discuss the Fellows program on:

Thursday, 7 November

  • Presentation at 11:30 AM in the Trail Room- all are welcome!
  • Sign up in advance for individual informational session

About the Program:

Each year NCSU Libraries recruits a diverse pool of top graduates interested in launching their career in a leading research library.  The NCSU Libraries Fellows is now accepting applications from ALA-accredited MLS and MIS students who will receive the degree between September 2013 and August 2014. The NCSU Libraries is particularly well known for its digital library programs, its technological advances, and its commitment to defining the future of librarianship. This unique opportunity provides professional growth for new librarians through assignment to a strategic initiative combined with experience and mentoring in a department. Fellows are appointed to the rank of librarian for a two-year term.


  • Rapid professional growth with focus on leadership and teamwork
  • $56,000/year salary, plus benefits package
  • Up to $2,500/year stipend for professional development

Learn more about the NCSU Libraries Fellows Program at the presentation.  You may also sign up for an individual informational session to see if the program is a good fit for you. Please contact me (Jennifer Garrett, to sign up for a 15- minute informational session or for more information. We hope you can attend!
To learn more, please visit

Jennifer Garrett
NCSU Libraries Fellow, 2012-2014
North Carolina State University Libraries / (919) 513-0536

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