As part of my effort to explore the available LIS career paths, I reached out to some SJSU iSchool alumni to learn about their jobs. The second stop on this career tour was 2011 graduate Aisha Washington.
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As part of my effort to explore the available LIS career paths, I reached out to some SJSU iSchool alumni to learn about their jobs. The first stop on this career tour was 2016 graduate Stefanie Vartabedian.
With the fall semester fast approaching(!) and a new crop of INFO 203 students about to embark on their iSchool journey, it seems like a good time to point out some of the most helpful resources the Career Development team offers. New students – welcome!
I’m in the MLIS program, and I am the first to admit that I don’t know a lot about the archives world. So I did some research (like we do), and reached out for help. Dr.
Last week, I previewed the Emerging Trends Report and suggested three things to look forward to: skills language, language inspiration, and a list of tech skills.
Did you know the iSchool maintains an Internship Database? It does! There are virtual and on-site positions, as well as both paid and unpaid internships.
I know I’m not alone in pursuing my MLIS as a second career or career change. Before I started, I was a bit worried about being “old” compared to my classmates, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised to find myself kind of in the middle of the pack.
Another one of the zillion ways that MLIS grads use their degree is in the field of competitive intelligence (CI). What is CI? I’m so glad you asked!
The spring equinox and Persian New Year (or Nowruz) occur in a few days. Daylight savings time screwed up my sleep schedule this week.