Have you considered a career in special libraries or just want to get more information?
Joining RUSLA might be for you! Members of the Special Libraries Association* represent every sector of the library and information sciences. Professionals that work in special libraries include information systems specialists, corporate research specialists, federal and state librarians, medical and clinical librarians, museum librarians, art librarians, knowledge management centers and law librarians, to name a just a few examples. RUSLA is the Rutgers University student group of the Special Libraries Association and we always welcome new members! We will meet monthly throughout the school year and will host several exciting events, such as career advice from information professional guests and a field trip to some special libraries in the area.
*The Special Libraries Association (SLA) is an international professional association that represents information resource experts. SLA has nearly 15,000 members who work in special libraries serving business, research, government, universities, newspapers, museums and institutions that use or produce specialized information.
We're looking for event ideas and student volunteers. Contact us with suggestions, ideas and questions.