The Paul Robeson Library's Student Advisory Board is a group of student volunteers who act as advocates for the larger student body to help the library improve services, spaces, and resources.
Students interested in serving on the board can fill out an application: https://rutgers.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_41oYZBmfwfcJcQB
The Library Student Advisory Board is a group of student volunteers who are passionate about their campus library and want to include students’ perspectives in the functioning and quality of library programs and services. Board members work closely with librarians and library staff to generate new ideas and improve existing ones. The Board acts as advocates for the larger student body.
The mission of the Board is to promote student success and engage the campus community by liaising between the Rutgers student body and the librarians and library staff. The objectives of the Board are:
Members of the Advisory Board are selected in the Spring semester. All interested students must fill out an application and undergo an interview. If selected, a member serves on the Board for one year.
Responsibilities of membership:
Benefits of membership:
If you are interested in serving in a volunteer position on the Library Student Advisory Board, please fill out an application: https://rutgers.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_41oYZBmfwfcJcQB.
If you have questions about the Library Student Advisory Board, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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