Ever wonder what it takes to work at the oldest continuously operating county library system in the United States? Now is your chance to catch a peek!
Jeff Collins, Deputy Director of Public Service, wrote a feature article published in the most recent issue of Public Libraries magazine. The article, Constructing a New Employee Training Program, provides an overview of developing a universal training program for new library employees and is intended to provide information and best practices for libraries of all sizes. Readers can catch a glimpse of how Laramie County Library System hires and trains new employees to provide exceptional public service.
Public Libraries, published six times a year, is the official journal of the Public Library Association (PLA) and the only American Library Association (ALA) journal devoted exclusively to public libraries. Each issue includes important industry news, PLA and ALA updates, and columns and feature articles that offer strategies and ideas for the library profession.
Source: Collins, J. (2021). Constructing a new employee training program. Public Libraries, 60 (6), 20-25.