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Librarians without Borders. This is a story I worked on during my internship at Shaw TV Winnipeg.

Why I want to help you get accepted to Graduate School in Library and Information Science

Librarians, in the truest sense, are the custodians of information. Whether in the public library or in corporate, faculty, or professional facilities, they provide the community with the knowledge, skills, and resources to find more information on virtually any topic. From the future novelist who spends his childhood immersed in fiction to the doctoral candidate preparing a dissertation on medical treatments, the best source for any recorded material, including CD-ROMs, websites, virtual libraries, and remote access to a wide range of resources, is the library. This is why I find working on behalf of applicants in this area to be especially stimulating.

I live in Bolivia, by most measures a highly underdeveloped country, somewhat isolated, a difficult challenge for a variety of reasons, I especially admire, an organization dedicated to bringing in workers, students and professionals to help in solidarity from all over the world. The director is my friend as well. Reflecting upon his success since I have met no young person whose accomplishments I admire more, I began to ask him about his past, his upbringing, looking for keys to understanding his high level of success and creativity at such a young age. When he told me that his mother is a librarian, the penny dropped and I understood, he was raised mostly in the library, and the great adventure that the library is today, totally wired to host of real time information and stimulation providers. This is why I especially enjoy working on behalf of the our future librarians, because of the profound contribution that they make to stimulating the creative thinking of young people, our only hope for tomorrow.

I would be honored to help you gain admission to graduate school in Library and Information Science by drafting a most eloquent statement on your behalf. 

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Degree Programs in Library Science

Library jobs can include everyone from facilities support staff to doctorate-level researchers and directors. The most common educational requirement for professional librarians is the MLS, or Master of Library Science. Associate and bachelor's degrees in library science are also available, usually leading to library technician jobs. Students who wish to begin working in the field while studying for their MLS might choose to pursue an online university degree, allowing them to get a foot in the door sooner and apply their training directly to their library jobs.

Career Options With a College Degree in Library Science

Most of the 167,000 librarians employed in 2002 worked in school and academic libraries; nearly a third worked in public libraries. The remainder worked in special libraries or as information professionals for companies and other organizations. More than 20% of librarians work part-time. Experienced librarians can advance to administrative positions, such as department head, library director, or chief information officer.

Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) programs aim to graduate qualified professionals with a thorough knowledge of theory and practice in library and information science. Professional activity in this area is based not just on traditional and current practices but on theory that has been tested and supported by research. Graduates must be grounded in a variety of information processes and must be able to respond to the needs of a variety of information users for example, preschool and school children, undergraduate and graduate students, scholars and research scientists, public library users, the private and public sectors, professionals and non-professionals, including disadvantaged and self-defined social groups. To accommodate such variety, general principles must be stressed, together with their applications to specific cases. Technological and managerial changes have created demands for professionals with strong interpersonal and organizational skills, with an understanding of information systems and technology, with a spirit of intellectual inquiry, and with a commitment to high standards of ethical and professional conduct. 

Library & Information Science

Even with the Internet making information resources available at anyone's desktop, the role of the librarian is to sift through numerous databases, refine searches, qualify sources and help verify information. The modern science of library and information studies is largely responsible for the development of high-speed, integrated, and accurate storage of bulk information. Many libraries have access to remote databases and maintain their own computerized databases. Librarians also help train users to develop searching skills for the information they seek.

If you're considering a library science degree, you'll need to decide which area you'd be best suited for. Librarians are classified according to the type of library where they work, such as a public library, school library media center; college, university, or special library. Some librarians work with specific groups, such as children, adults, or the disadvantaged. In school library media centers, librarians--often called school media specialists--help teachers develop curricula, acquire materials for classroom instruction, and sometimes team teach.

Librarians also work in information centers or libraries maintained by government agencies, corporations, law firms, advertising agencies, museums, professional associations, medical centers, hospitals, religious organizations, and research laboratories. A corporate librarian could provide the sales department with information on competitors or new developments affecting the field. A medical librarian may provide information about new medical treatments, clinical trials, and standard procedures to health professionals, patients, consumers, and corporations. Government document librarians preserve publications, records, and other documents that make up a historical record of government actions and decision making.

With a library science degree, you can specialize in a single area, such as acquisitions, cataloguing, bibliography, reference, special collections, or administration. Librarians must have knowledge of a wide variety of scholarly and public information sources and must follow trends related to publishing, computers, and the media in order to oversee the selection and organization of library materials. Other personality traits that will help your career are a love for organizing; inquisitive, probing, and thorough by nature; well read with a broad knowledge and interest base; and a desire to never stop learning.