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"The Future Is Now": Community Conversation on Career Issues

  • Thursday, February 26, 2015
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Dow Jones, 1211 6th Avenue, 3rd floor

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"The Future Is Now"

Community Conversation on Career Issues

Posted on behalf of the Special Libraries Association, New York Chapter (SLA NY) and New York Metropolitan Library Council (METRO)


Technological advancement is so rapid that information professionals must dedicate more and more time to keeping up.  To address this, SLA NY is hosting a series of community conversations highlighting where our profession is headed and how we can prepare for it.  

"The Future Is Now" Community Conversation Series starts on Thursday, February 26, 2015 with an exploration of the state of librarianship as a career.  Our panelists will help us find out what positions employers are seeking, what skills they’re looking for and what it takes to break free and go independent.  A facilitated discussion will follow so bring your questions and join the conversation.

What:  "The Future Is Now" Community Conversation on Career Issues


When:  Thursday, February 26, 2015, 6 to 8 pm


Where:  Dow Jones, 1211 6th Avenue, 3rd floor


Panelists:  Barbara Hirsh, NERA; Jyssica Scott, Special Counsel; and Michelle Rawl, Rawl Research


Fees:  $5 students and members in transition; $10 SLA NY members; $20 non-members


Register:  http://newyork.sla.org/events-2/event-registration/?ee=155



Contact Tom Nielsen at tnielsen@metro.org with questions about the event.
questions? communications@nycarchivists.org
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