Join Jill Klees, the iSchool student and alumni career consultant, for a career coaching office hour. She’ll share job search questions from students like:
- Is it OK if my resume is 3 pages?
- How soon is too soon to follow up on a job I applied for?
- Do people still use an objective statement?
- What does it mean when I’m applying for jobs but I am not hearing anything back?
Bring your own questions, too. No career question is off limits. This will be an informal session with lots of tips and resources.
The SJSU School of Information is recruiting to fill a tenure-track faculty position. Applicants with a doctorate and experience in Information Retrieval or HCI or Digital Archives are encouraged to apply. Experience teaching courses in a fully online learning environment is strongly preferred.
“Prospective students may think that an online program means students will be isolated and alone in their work. I’ve made great friends! They’ve been so supportive both in and outside of my classes.”
MLIS Student (degree expected 2021)
Library Technician, Santa Barbara Unified School District
Santa Barbara, California
Three librarians from the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library at San José State University have been appointed to help students and faculty members of the SJSU School of Information navigate and access information through library resources and online. Craig Simpson, Gareth Scott and DeeAnn Tran assume the library liaison role from Ann Agee who held the position for the past five years.
Published: September 3, 2019 by Greta Snyder
A large proportion of our iSchool students are also working at full- or part-time jobs, so while focusing on your education and future career as you move through the program is of primary importance, a key part of your ability to manage it all and really grow is being in a good work environment right now. So, what can you do if you’re not?