New Graduates and Entry-level Librarians! Here is the Chance You’ve Been Waiting For!

The University of Arkansas Libraries Librarian-In-Residence Program Wants You! The University of Arkansas (UA) Libraries Librarian-in-Residence Program offers an entry-level librarian an opportunity to further their training and begin an exciting career in academic librarianship. The program supports the Libraries’ and the University’s commitment to achieving a culturally diverse faculty and provides the opportunity for Read More

Walter Hill Summer Fellowship

The Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture-a unit of the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives–seeks an enthusiastic, highly skilled, and self-directed individual to inaugurate the Walter Hill Fellowship in Archives. The fellowship program is named in honor of Dr. Walter B. Hill, archivist, historian, and former member of the Maryland Commission on African Read More

On the Job Market? Five Helpful Hints to Get You Through the Horror

Introduction. It’s spring. The birds are singing, the flowers are blooming, and graduation is looming. The idea of leaving grad school can be daunting. Yes, it does mean a brief reprieve from reading neck-sized tomes of library literature but it also means heading into that emotional gauntlet known as job hunting. This is a scary Read More