Skip to main content
Drexel Library Libraries Home Button Drexel Health Sciences Search Services Get Help About Drexel University


Inventing the Page gethelp. Jay Bhatt Legacy Center Web of Science Ken Lacovara Library Events Students printing oclc Input to Implementation Drexel University references law school videos Academy of Natural Sciences Newsletter recommendations Nancy Bellafante Herman Miller EZ Borrow Staff Leisure Libraries Welcome Health Sciences finals Rob Sieczkiewicz theft ScholarSip Personal Librarian Program DVDs Exhibits Future of Libraries Tom Ipri ejournals Summon Lower Level Julia Colton International Coop services. Peggy Dominy Press Coverage Shushi Yoshinaga Tim Siftar Google Scholar Library Learning Terrace display Organization tutoring Job Search Resources Patents Ares GIS faculty Faculty Portfolios Finals Week Study Break Drexel University Archives law library Laptop Lending SCDC Dean's Update Job Searching June 2013 Connections Research Skills Google Queen Lane collections printers In Circulation Thesis Solar Energy Feedback Writing Center Sustainability new books John Wiggins Hahnemann Library Space Macintosh Future Search Gary Childs security History W.W. Hagerty Library Events Café dvd Electronic Resources ILLiad laptops Services Technology journals Youngmoo Kim Dragonfly Hagerty IEEE laptop noise final exams research. Proquest Drexel Smart House Library Reserves Library Journal New Staff English 101 Drexel authors Alumni Hours Q&A Engineering Village Reference job search DragonCard Brendan Johnson time management holiday W. W. Hagerty Library iSchool Digital@Drexel exhibit Systems facilities food Input Learning Terrace welcome back week Steve Jobs The Triangle exams Bookmark Cafe exhibits Hahnemann Library Celebration Awards
← Back to News and Events

Work-study Job Openings at the Brand New College of Law Library

The Drexel College of Law Library is looking to hire a small staff of work-study students. Job duties include assisting library patrons at the User Services desk and on the phone as well as stack maintenance duties, including shelving, shelf-reading and shifting library collections as needed. Applicants must be customer service oriented with basic computer skills. Dependability, punctuality, good communication skills and the ability to lift heavy books are also musts.

If interested or for more information, please contact Mike Mellor at or Katie Bray at Unfortunately, only students with federal work-study grants can be accepted.

Copyright © 2014 Drexel University  |   Privacy Policy

Powered by Drupal Druplicon icon

Powered by Drupal, an open source content management system