ASIS&T CUA student chapter Volunteer Event

ASIS&T Volunteer Event

ASIS&T Volunteer Event

ASIS&T CUA student chapter, LIS/HIT students, alumni, faculty, and their friends (Amy Chenaille, Martha Chapin, Amanda Johnson, Nfagie Kadda, Dr. Sung Un Kim, Kate Price, Katie Rodda, Sam Russell, Alisha Strother, Dr. Sue Yeon Syn, and Jessica Zeiler) volunteered at the new campus of the Washington Middle School for Girls (WMSG) on Saturday, February 8, 2014. WMSG is an independent 4-8 grades Catholic Day School located in Southeast D.C.

The group helped set up a library in the new campus and worked on cataloging, processing, shelf-reading, and shelf-signage in collaboration with Ms. Jill Gelman (Reading Specialist) and Ms. Jennifer Froetschel (Librarian Consultant, MSLIS 2013). Thank you again to all participants!
Visit and “Like” the CUA ASIS&T Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/cuaasist)! You can find more about our organization, activities and photos. Also, we are recruiting members of ASIS&T CUA Student Chapter. If you are interested, complete and submit the online membership form at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QJRRFWG.
As our next activity, we are planning to co-host a group tour to the Computers in Libraries Conference Exhibition (http://www.infotoday.com/cil2014/) in collaboration with AGLISS and SLA CUA Student Chapter. Please stay tuned for more information.
ASIS&T (Association for Information Science and Technology) CUA Student Chapter
The CUA Student Chapter of ASIS&T provides an opportunity for its members to share their special concerns and present programs which cater to specific interest as it relates to career goals as information science professionals. Members will be invited to participate in ASIS&T CUA student chapter events such as: general meetings, volunteer opportunities, guest lectures and networking with local professionals which will enhance students’ personal growth and career development.
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