Students in the Master of Library Science program at Indiana University have a wide range of professional interests and Career Services in the School of Informatics and Computing is here to help students with every step of the career development process. From the beginning stages of career exploration all the way through a job offer, our office is here to help. Schedule an appointment with Jodie Sackley (MLS 2010), Assistant Director of Career Services, or one of our ILS Student Career Analysts today!
Volunteering is a great way to apply your classroom knowledge and gain leadership experience- Volunteer
Professional associations provide an opportunity to learn about your area of interest and to network with others in that field- Professional Associations
The ILS student chapters are another great way to get involved- Student Chapters
Follow the ILS Student Career Analyst Katie Kuntz's blog The Prepared Librarian