Career 411 – Never Too Late to Jump start Your Career!

Don’t gamble with your career! Instead, bet on yourself and prepare to take your career to the next level. We can help! Drop by this session and get the advice and mentoring in the areas of YOUR choosing such as resume and cover letter writing and review, where to find information for that first job, and even how to change jobs. Curious about how social media can assist you in creating that professional image that will impress future employers? Stop by and get the answers that you seek! Sessions will be staffed by a team of skilled and experienced professionals in the field who want to help you to succeed.


Leadership and Professional Development


Camielle Crampsie, University of South Florida

Camielle Crampsie is an Assistant Librarian at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. She enjoys event planning and marketing for the library as well as working closely with students.

Peggy Glatthaar, Florida Gulf Coast University Library

Peggy is the current chair of our Career Development Committee. She manages, develops, and evaluates the library’s Customer Service Department at Florida Gulf Coast University, which includes Circulation, Interlibrary Loan, and Course Reserves.

Jaime Goldman, Nova Southeastern University Library

Jaime Goldman is the head librarian at the Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Campus Library in Dania Beach, FL, where she enjoys the opportunity to combine her experience and education in marine and library science when working closely with students, researchers, and faculty to meet their education and research needs. Jaime has been an active member of FLA since 2007, and has served on several committees and member groups, including the Leadership Development and Library Career Development committees.

Andrew Hackler, University of Central Florida Library

Andrew supervises a team of 3 full-time and 15-20 student employees to make the library space functional on a day-to-day basis and over the long-term. Our team re-shelves returns, makes sure books or in order on the shelves, and manages the chaos of open study areas. We also plan and implement shifts of the collections and moving materials to serve better the needs of our patrons, collection, and building.

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