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Ever thought about becoming a librarian? Agnes Scott has the right career advice for you.

Agnes Scott College, McCain Library

[If you missed the session on March 1, see the LibGuide or come talk to us.]

New York Public Library, Harvard University, CNN, Disney World, Center for Disease Control, Smithsonian, National Geographic, World Bank…All of these organizations hire librarians!

On Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 1:00pm in McCain 211,  come learn about the diverse range of possibilities a career in libraries has to offer.

The McCain Library librarians will talk about the different types of libraries out there, provide advice on pursuing a Masters in Library and Information Science, and discuss how to apply for the Marjo Dobbs Arseneau ’89 Memorial Librarianship Award.

The event is open to all students, alumnae, staff, and faculty.

Here are just a few of the types of jobs currently available in libraries:

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About GG

Gundolf Graml is Associate Prof. and Dir. of German Studies at Agnes Scott College. He has a Ph.D. in German Studies from the University of Minnesota and has published articles on German and Austrian film and tourism. He is currently writing a book about tourism and Austrian national identity after 1945. Other research projects include critical whiteness studies and, most recently, investigations into the connection between memory and nature. At ASC, Gundolf Graml teaches courses on a broad range of topics, from German 101 to German and Austrian Cinema and Afro-German History and Culture.

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