SLIS Library Career Resources: LIS-specific resources are available from the SLIS Library and from Learn@UW--SLIS Support Module to assist in your job search.
- A day in the life : career options in library and information science (edited by Priscilla K. Shontz and Richard A. Murray)
- What's the alternative? : career options for librarians and info pros (by Rachel Singer Gordon)
- ALA-APA salary survey : a survey of library positions requiring an ALA-accredited Master's degree
- Career Workshops, including "Writing Resumes and Cover Letters for the LIS Professions", "Interviewing & Salary Negotiation Skills" "Individual Resume and Cover Letter Reviews" & "Job Search Advice from LIS Professionals"--workshop summaries, video recordings and sample applications, cover letters and resumes are available to registered students through Learn@UW, SLIS Support.
Online Job Boards/Search Engines
Online Guides to Library Job Hunting (applying, interviewing, etc.)
Letters & Sciences Career Services: Review online resources, use the resume and cover letter critique services, and make an individual appointment with a career advisor.
Writing Center: Attend a workshop and/or receive individual feedback on your resume and cover letter
Badger Career Network: The Wisconsin Alumni Association opens its career resources to students.