EveryLibrary Internship at San Jose State University iSchool

We're excited to announce the EveryLibrary Research and Marketing Internship with the San Jose State University School of Information iSchool for the 2016-2017 school year.

We're excited to announce the EveryLibrary Research and Marketing Internship with the San Jose State University School of Information iSchool for the 2016-2017 school year.

The internship is an opportunity for interested students to assist EveryLibrary with its research and advocacy measures that aim to help publicize and combat the constant and unfortunate threats against libraries. We're hopeful that this opportunity will foster engagement and activism in the profession and help the selected student increase her or his political literacy and awareness regarding issues related to library funding.

We have been proud to work with Hack Library School in 2013 to identify and select a student from the Syracuse University School of Information Studies, and then in 2014 to host an independent internship by a student completing her studies at Drexel University's SLIS. The experience proved very valuable to our organization and our interns. For example, Rachel Korman, our 2014 intern, has continued her work with EveryLibrary as a member of our Editorial Team for The Political Librarian, has written for Library Journal, and spoken at library conferences as part of her professional work since interning with us.

We are thankful to San Jose State University for their support and leadership in helping to cultivate the 2016-2017 internship experience.


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  • John Chrastka
    published this page in News and Updates 2021-01-14 06:16:18 -0800