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Work-Study Job Openings for Summer Quarter at Drexel’s Earle Mack School of Law, Law Library

The 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. Job duties also include stack maintenance, which involves shelving, shelf-reading and shifting library collections. Applicants must be customer service-oriented, dependable, punctual, able to lift heavy books, and have good communication skills and basic computer skills.

If interested, or for more information, please contact Gillian Washinsky (gln23@drexel.edu 215-571-4778) or Patrick Garon (pjg27@drexel.edu 215-571-4733). Only students with federal work-study grants may apply.

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