Sunday, September 17, 2006

Job Leads From Mrs. Kim

You might have missed the e-mail that Mrs. Kim sent a few days ago so here is another chance to check out employment opportunities.
  1. INTERNSHIP at PASADENA PUBLIC LIBRARY: This is non-paying internship and you gain one unit by working 90 hours at Pasadena Public Library this fall semester. Contact Joanne Kim jykim@pasadena.edu for this sign up.
  2. Paid INTERNSHIP at THE CALIFORNIA COURT OF APPEALS LIBRARY: This Library would like to hire two LT Program students by paying $13/hr. Public transportation cost or parking will also be reimbursed. 30 hrs.per week divided to two students. Send your letter of application and resume by FAX to (213) 897-2429. Or contact: Carol Ebbinghouse, Court of Appeal Library, 300 South Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 830-7241.
  3. Paid JOB at a parochial school: Immaculate Heart High School is seeking a part-time library staff. 15 hours/week, M-F, 3-6 at a private middle and high school for girls. $10.00/hr. Basic Cataloging, supervising & assisting students, circulation and special projects under the supervision of the Assistant Librarian. FAX (323-462-0610) resume to: Ms. Virginia Hurst, Principal, Immaculate Heart High School
  4. Charles Drew University Library is seeking a Library Technician.
  5. Art Center College of Design in Pasadena is seeking a Library Technician. Inquire at:Anita Flynn, Human Resources, Art Center 1700 Lida Street Pasadena, CA 91103 (626) 396-2270 or (626) 683-0559 FAX

2 comments:

Joie said...

I'm trying very hard to get into the internship with PCC. It hasn't been easy. You have to go to the registration and get a slip that Mz. Kim will have to sign. Then I'm hoping to become an intern at Pas. Public Lib. so I am excited and frustrated at equal moments.

I wonder if any of the other students are having as much trouble adding the field study. I need the experience but I am a bit nervous about overtaxing my schedule.

Gena said...

Well, I'm thinking that since you signed up for via registration you have a good chance of being an intern.

The program and PPL have a real good relationship. They are probably just knocking out the details.

The time thing is a concern. You do have to balance your life, studies and outside activities. I was really tired last year cuz I didn't do that as well as I could.

That planning thing is working for me so far, when I remember to check it. ;-)