Internships and Job Postings
Highline College is regularly approached by area employers who are eager to have our students intern or work permanently at their organizations.
An internship is required in the Library & Information Services curriculum at Highline and can be one of the most valuable courses in which students enroll. It is an excellent opportunity to gain experience, develop contacts, network, and enhance a resume. Internships may lead to employment opportunities.
Students: Karen Fernandez is the Cooperative Education faculty advisor for winter quarter 2016 and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.592.3809.
Employers: If you would like your organization to become an internship host site, please contact the L&IS coordinator, Hara Brook. She can be reached at email@example.com or 206.592.3248.
In WTBBL’s Shipping department:
• volunteers will process talking book players that have been returned from repair sites and update the database
• volunteers will process and update the database for new talking books
WTBBL sends out and receives back 2,000 talking books in the mail every day. Dozens of talking book players are also processed daily, coming from and going to repair sites and patrons. WTBBL is volunteer-driven, and volunteers help our more than 10,000 patrons around the state to continue to receive quality services in a timely manner. WTBBL’s services are a lifeline to information, education, culture and entertainment for our patrons, so your help with our shipping department helps others stay connected and involved in the world.
Interested? Apply at http://tinyurl.com/ycqujbo or contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find current job opportunities, please check the employment pages on the following websites: