Posts Tagged ‘internship program’

Introducing….3 virtual interns!

Monday, August 19th

For Fall 2013 IU East is fortunate to have not 1, not 2, but 3 (!) graduate library interns from the American Library Association accredited graduate library school at San Jose State University. We appreciate the opportunity to have these students contribute their ideas and talents to projects that will benefit the campus and community. […]

Interns: Involvement and Empowerment!

Monday, August 15th

Want to use your talents and interests while also learning new skills and receiving un-ending gratitude? Think about being a library intern!  An internship is a mutually beneficial arrangement.  The undergraduate or graduate student can: learn new skills helpful for future employment use unique talents and strengths to make a lasting contribution to the Campus […]

Intentional Spaces

Monday, July 11th

This year, while attending the annual American Library Association conference, graduate intern Sarah Gilchrist presented on “The Library Living Room: Creating Learning Relationships” (you can see her poster behind her in the picture).  Thousands of librarians from all over the country attend the ALA annual conference, and Sarah’s presentation gave us a chance to share […]

Meet Sarah Gilchrist

Monday, June 13th

Our newest intern is Sarah Gilchrist, a graduate student at IUPUI in library science.  She received her dual B.A. in Comparative Literature and Slavic Languages and Literature at IU.  She visited Russia during her studies.  Sarah grew up in Indianapolis, but has lived throughout the United States.  After graduating, she plans to do more international […]

Meet Sara Wilhoite

Monday, May 31st

Hi, my name is Sara Wilhoite, and I will be working as an intern this summer at the IU East Campus Library. I will be helping with the First Year Orientation, First Year Seminar, library instruction, as well as other projects. Please stop by the library anytime, if you have any questions or just want […]