<span class="padlock_text"></span> v28 #4 Profiles Encouraged: Angela S. Warsinske

by | Oct 2, 2016 | 0 comments

Youth Services Librarian, Rochester Hills Public Library
500 Olde Towne Road, Rochester, MI  48307
Phone:  (248) 650-7144  •  <angela.warsinske@rhpl.org>

Born and lived:  I was born in Canton, MI and since then have lived in various places in southeast Michigan including Ypsilanti and Wixom.

Professional career and activities:  I am a member of the American Library Association, Public Library Association and the Association for Library Services to Children.  I started working in libraries after earning my undergraduate degree.  While earning my Masters in Library and Information Science I worked as a circulation clerk at the Canton Public Library and as an information resources assistant at the University of Michigan’s Art, Architecture and Engineering Library.  I currently work as a full-time youth services librarian at the Rochester Hills Public library.  Before becoming full-time I worked part-time as the only youth services librarian at the Inkster Public Library and substituted as a librarian at the Baldwin Library and West Bloomfield Public Library.

Favorite books:  Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, Everything on a Waffle by Polly Horvath, and Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech.

How/Where do I see the industry in five years:  The industry is one that is ever changing and adjusting to people’s needs and is therefore hard to predict.  Today’s patterns suggest libraries becoming a place for all demographics including those that are not common library users, circulating items beyond books and a more in depth use of technology.

 

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