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Anastasia Chiu on the Job Hunt, Volunteering & More

Interview with INALJ Assistant Anastasia Chiu, INALJ Louisiana Assistant by Josh Rimmer, Senior Editor   For this month, I wanted to highlight INALJ Louisiana assistant Anastasia Chiu. If you have visited the Louisiana page recently, you will notice a change in the organization and web links provided on the page. Ms. Chiu was instrumental in…

And Now For Something Completely Different

And Now For Something Completely Different by Josh Rimmer, Senior Editor   For my first blog post of the year, I decided to change things up a bit. Instead of writing the obligatory advice piece; maybe create a list of web resources or grind my gears to rehash an older topic and attempt a new…

Rory Litwin of Library Juice Academy

My interview with Rory Litwin, founder of Library Juice Academy, Library Juice Press & Litwin Books! “Library Juice Academy offers a range of online professional development workshops for librarians and other library staff, with classes. These workshops earn Continuing Education Units, and are intended as professional development activities primarily for academic librarians and staff.” Naomi: …

Emily Savageau …Success Story

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 supervisor at the Two Harbors Public Library. She got an email about the position and forwarded it to me. Naomi: …

Mike Rybak …Success Story

My interview with success story, Mike Naomi: How did you find your current job? Mike: I responded to a job listing on http://www.metrolibraries.net/res/jobline.html.  I had a good interview, and one of my former supervisors gave me a good reference. Naomi: Favorite library you have been to? Mike: My favorite library is the main Hennepin County…

Nick Steffel …Success Story

My interview with success story Nick from 6/19/12 Naomi: How did you find your current job? Nick: INALJ! It was funny, actually, since the job was in the same LIS department where I was a student at the time. I actually saw it posted on INALJ even before I’d heard anyone talking about it on…

Erin Wenz …In Six

My interview with INALJ volunteer and success story, Erin Naomi:  How did you find your current job? Erin:  I have been lucky to work with the wonderful people at my current employer for the past few years.  When a professional librarian position opened up, I jumped at the chance to apply.  Of course, the position was…

Molly Riley …In Six

My interview with success story, Molly! Naomi: How did you find your current job? Molly: I learned about my current job from my personal and professional community here in Santa Barbara. For that matter, I learned about the residency position I held last year from my professional community in Seattle. I always tire of talking…

Rebecca Lashinski …In Six

My interview with success story, Rebecca Naomi: How did you find your current job? Rebecca: I either found this one on INALJ or the Minnesota Library Jobline. I’ve been looking since I graduated, and this one finally came through and I could not be more excited. Naomi: Favorite library you have been to? Rebecca: I…

Margo Kulseth Klein …In Six

My interview with success story Margo Naomi: How did you find your current job? Margo: I found my new job on the website of Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. Naomi: Favorite library? Margo: I don’t have a favorite library. I love them all. Naomi: Favorite book? Margo: I have many favorite books, but one that stands…

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!…

Sheryl House …In Six

Interview with my Mom :) Naomi: What is your dream job and why? Sheryl: Teaching social studies because it is about people and I want students to see that they are important too, or special education. Naomi: If you could take any of your hobbies and create a job out of them or integrate it…