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2017-2019 Residency at University of Delaware Library. Deadline: May 19, 2017.

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The University of Delaware Library welcomes applications from recent graduates with a particular interest in a post-MLS residency experience.  Qualified individuals who will contribute to the Library’s efforts to provide services to a diverse user community, as well as expand access to diverse collections, are encouraged to apply.

The 2017-2019 Pauline A. Young Residency at the University of Delaware Library will feature work designed to engage students with the library and to increase student success through the acquisition of information literacy skills. The full position description, along with application instructions, is linked here:

Please share this position announcement with interested colleagues.

Thank you,

Julie Brewer
Associate University Librarian for

Human Resources and Organizational Development
University of Delaware Library

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