The DuFour Law Library employs CUA undergraduate and graduate students for a variety of positions. To inquire about possible openings in a specific department, contact the individual(s) listed below.
Only current CUA Law students are eligible to work at the circulation desk. Previous customer service experience is helpful but not necessary. First Year students are welcome to apply.
Position description: attends to the Circulation Desk, assists patrons in obtaining reserve materials, uses the circulation system to charge out materials to patrons. Answers simple directional questions (no reference assistance). Services printers and photocopiers when needed. Sets up and breaks down various types of media equipment. Responsible for opening the library and closing the library. Desk attendants are required to work during exam periods. Studying is permitted when no other assignments are pending. Rate is $8.50 per hour. Shifts are available most hours the law library is open and range from 3-8 hours per shift.
For information on available positions, please contact Frances Brillantine: email@example.com.
No positions at this time.
No positions at this time.
Non-workstudy, Undergraduates welcome. Contact Mary Strouse for information on available positions in Cataloging, Serials, Acquisitions or Government Documents:
None at this time.
AVAILABLE NOW: Digital Services Assistant (GLP). Newly-created position to work with electronic resources management and digital collections metadata (60%), and traditional collection services (40%).
Open to both current and incoming students. Eligible applicants must have completed no more than 12 credits towards their degree through the Fall 2015 semester. For additional criteria, see Who May Apply, below.
To ensure consideration, please submit your application by November 10, 2014. Position is open until filled.
Incoming students: You may apply to the GLP program while your application for admission to DLIS is pending. However, you must be admitted to DLIS in order to receive a GLP appointment. Application to the GLP program does not guarentee your acceptance to DLIS.
Students planning to enroll in CUA's Department of Library and Information Science may apply to work as Graduate Library Preprofessionals in the Law Library. The GLP Program combines full-time work with part-time study and provides an excellent opportunity for DLIS students to acquire in-depth library work experience while completing their MSLIS degree.
Former Law Library GLPs have gone on to professional positions at the following institutions:
The Law Library GLP Program is administered independently from the CUA Libraries GLP program. Prospective students are encouraged to submit separate applications to both programs.
Applicants will be considered for all available Law Library GLP positions. All GLP positions remain open until filled.
To apply, please submit the following documents (via mail or e-mail):
Judge Kathryn J. DuFour Law Library
3600 John McCormack Rd NE
Washington, DC 20064
RE: GLP Program
For further information about the GLP Program in general, contact:
Frances M. Brillantine Mary M. Strouse Head of Access Services Head of Collection Services (202) 319-4331 (202) 319-5547