A letter from Cuesta College instructor Ellen Jagger introduces the Library and Information Technology internship to prospective site supervisors.
“The Library/Information Technology curriculum is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful vocational career in the organizing and managing of information.”This is my final step toward certification and an Associate’s degree, a process that took three years while I juggled work and school.
Jagger describes the internship as the program’s “capstone course.”
The internship (LIBT 214) is for 81 hours; it begins during or after the week of Jan. 17 and must conclude by May 13. Course expectations detail the topics to be addressed, as well as responsibilities of the intern and site supervisor.