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Work-study Job Openings for Summer Quarter at College of Law Library

The Drexel College of Law Library is hiring work-study students for the summer quarter and possibly beyond. Job duties include assisting library patrons at the Access Services desk and on the phone as well as stack maintenance duties, which include shelving, shelf-reading and shifting library collections. 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.

We have openings before noon on Monday through Thursday and throughout the day on Friday. If interested, or for more information, please contact Mike Mellor at mbm53@drexel.edu or Katie Bray at knb29@drexel.edu . Unfortunately, only students with federal work-study grants can be accepted.

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