To graduates & those completing degrees
Consider a Career in Librarianship
With the dramatic growth of recorded knowledge libraries are growing too. Collecting the records of knowledge and making them accessible to readers at all levels is a task which daily becomes more complex and more urgent.
Little has so far been done in organising library services for Maori communities; Nor in organising the mass of documents relevant to Maori studies
For both purposes,
MAORI LIBRARIANS ARE NEEDED
to date few have been available for training.
WHO WILL BE AMONGST THE FIRST?
Entry to the profession of librarianship is by way of the one-year, full-time, Graduate course of the Library School.
A living allowance on the same scale as for Teachers' Colleges is paid to the students selected.
Applications close 31 October.
Apply now to your nearest city or university librarian for Prospectus and form to accompany application
or to —
Director, Library School, National Library of New Zealand, Private Bag, Wellington.