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Get support in preparing for the job search.
- SICE Career Services: Tips for ILS Students
- Log-in to the SICE Careers resource system: job ads, career workshops, on-campus interviews, career fairs, make a career advising appointment, and more.
The graduate degree programs in the Department of Information and Library Science lead to interesting career paths This field supports organizations in every academic discipline. Students find jobs in settings ranging from art museum libraries to top technology companies. They work at national park archives and with major digitization projects. This generation will work in a time of discovery in the field of information and technology tools. New innovations will help bridge information access across all walks of life and around the world. Students in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering will be ready to make an impact as they enter into their professional careers.
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Learn about Professional Associations
Read Job Ads
In addition to the SICE Careers resource system, students can read job ads through professional association websites and other sources. By reading current job postings, students can better understand the skills needed in today's work place - and, can also learn what aspects about certain careers intrigue them individually. The better you know yourself - the happier you will be in your chosen field.