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Emily Savageau …Success Story

This interview is over 1 year old and may no longer be up to date or reflect the interviewee/interviewees’ positions All Jobs for INALJ can be found here: http://inalj.com/?p=1441 Updated daily Naomi House’s interview with success story Emily. Naomi:  How did you find your current job? Emily:  I found my current job through my volunteer…

Mandy Babirad …Success Story

All Jobs for INALJ can be found here: http://inalj.com/?p=1441 Updated daily Naomi House’s interview with success story Mandy. Naomi:  How did you find your current job? Mandy:  I moved to New York City a couple of months ago shortly after I graduated with my MSIS. I didn’t have a job lined up, I had no…

Melissa Hozik …In Six

My interview with success story, Melissa Naomi: How did you find your current job? Melissa: I found my new job at the City College of New York initially through HigherEdJobs.com. During 18 months of job searching, even with great resources such as INALJ, HERC, HigherEdJobs and USAJobs, I rarely made it to a first interview.…

Christopher Schmit …In Six

INALJ success story Christopher! Naomi: How did you find your current job? Christopher: I actually found it by looking through the daily INALJ email. I have a bunch of RSS feeds set up with a variety of organizations and joblists, but this one wasn’t posted on one of those feeds, and I was glad to…

Elizabeth Andrews …In Six

My interview with success story Elizabeth Naomi: How did you find your current job? Elizabeth: During my job hunt, I not only subscribed to the INALJ e-mail, but used my Google Reader to follow something like 20+ job feeds. So to be honest, I don’t remember exactly where I first saw my current job listed!…

Amy Dittman …In Six

Interview with the My Life as a Sometimes Librarian author, Amy Dittman. Naomi: What is your dream job and why? Amy: My perfect job would be the liaison between a college library and its education department. This liaison gets to work closely with student teachers, helping them to incorporate fiction and non-fiction into their lesson…