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A Youth Service Librarian is a Librarian who specializes in library services for youth and children. Also called a School Library Media Specialist; this type of Librarian will work in schools, community libraries, or government organizations.
Youth Service Librarians need to be well organized as the primary function of the role is to organize and manage all aspects of a library. Properly cataloging the materials in your library ensures that resources can be found with little effort.
Because Youth Service Librarian's work around children, they must have a clean criminal record. A full background check will be conducted by a potential employer. Assisting children and youth with their research is a large part of the the Youth Service Librarian's role. A Youth Service Librarian should be an energetic and positive person who enjoys being around children. Part of this role will include reading books to children, playing games, singing songs and leading them in educational related activities.
In order to be a Youth Service Librarian one must have a post-secondary degree from a program accredited by the American Library Association. Some programs that are available may be called School Library Media Specialist Program, Children and Youth Library Services Program, Library Information Sciences, or Library Administration Program.