Launch your career in academic librarianship with us
A three-year curated residency at an institution that prioritizes diversity, equity and inclusion
We are seeking
Recent MLIS graduates, early career librarians, individuals in paraprofessional positions looking to transition to faculty positions, or candidates in related fields that possess a combination of relevant professional experience and a terminal degree
What you can expect
You will begin the program with a comprehensive three-month onboarding period, where you will select two areas of interest within the Libraries, before starting two separate eleven-month periods to explore each area, collaborate with colleagues on projects and engage in research activity.
You will conclude your experience by leading a project of your own interest during the final eleven months of the program. While your focus may change during different phases of the program, your Program Facilitator (first-level evaluator) will guide you throughout the program and will act in a mentoring capacity.
In addition, you will engage in faculty governance, the Libraries’ mentoring program, service commitments, and professional development activities. During their time in the program, participants will be sponsored by the Libraries to attend the Faculty Success Program.