Acceptable Issuing Agencies
Olympic Personnel Services
588 South Grand Ave.
Covina, CA 91722
Walk in or ask for Stephanie
Call for fee inquiry
Glendora Employment Agency, Inc.
203 So. Glendora Ave., Suite C.
Glendora, CA 91741
Call for an appointment & fee
Mt. Sac Basic Education Dept.
Building. 30, Room 111
1100 N. Grand Ave.
Walnut, CA 91789
Tests M-TH 3-7pm
The Citrus College Library Technology program is currently inactive. Watch this page for updates.
In the meantime, we offer the following suggestions (below) both for furthering your education and finding employment.
The Library Technology program will prepare you for an interesting and stimulating library career. Library Technicians combine people skills, technical abilities, creativity and a love of learning to assist customers in fulfilling their informational needs.
As a Library Technician, your skill in using the library catalog, materials collections and electronic databases will provide library users with easy access to the information and knowledge they desire. You will be trained to organize and prepare print and non-print materials for the library's online catalog. You will also order and receive new library materials, as well as maintain the library's subscriptions to newspapers and journals. You may assist in the creation of newsletters, displays or graphics to advertise programs. You may even discover that you love telling stories to children and working with young adults. Library Technicians today use computer applications in every aspect of the library's work.
How to Become a Librarian
A Master's Degree in Library Science is required for librarian positions. To obtain a master's degree, you must also have a bachelor's degree in any subject. To learn more about what it takes to become a librarian, check out the Occupational Outlook Handbook and California State's Employment Development Department (EDD). Learn more about a few local programs:
Candid Career Video Interview with Academic Reference Librarian, Science, Salisbury MD
How to Become a Library Technician
Librarians often work with Library Technicians or Assistants (a similar occupation). These position require varying levels of education. Some have high school diplomas, others have specialized post secondary degrees or certificates. Learn more about these careers.
If you are interested in pursing a career in librarianship, I encourage you to investigate your local options:
Undergraduate Programs and Certificates
If you have any further questions about careers in library science, feel free to contact us.
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