Apply for a Student Job at the Library

The Library seeks motivated, organized students to work the part-time student job in the Library. We are hiring for the Spring 2023 semester at both campuses. The job pays $11/hour. Most students work between 5 and 15 hours. The maximum hours per week is 20 hrs/week. To be eligible, you must be taking classes for the semester you are applying for. If you are taking Spring classes at Brightpoint, you are eligible to apply for a Spring position. Interested? Apply at this link: reading →

Graduation Is Coming

Final exams are coming soon. Time to finish all those last-minute school things so you can enjoy your summer break! Got library tech? Renew or return by May 12.Got library books? Double-check your due dates. Remember: you can renew once! Speaking of borrowing books, did you know that you can still borrow books from JTCC Libraries after you’ve graduated? Stop by and ask us about a community member card! Final exams end May 10.Grades are posted May 12. Congratulations on completing your classes. Our hats off to you!continue reading →

Workshops for the Win

Join the Library for our upcoming workshops on Zoom the week of 4/11: Research Rescue4/11, Monday @ 2PM4/14, Thursday @ 11AM Overwhelmed by college research? APA and MLA just alphabet soup? Bring your assignment and your questions; librarians will help you research smarter, not harder. To register: Focus on One Thing: Imagist Poetry, Journaling, and Wellness4/13, Wednesday @ 2:30PM Celebrate National Poetry Month in this discussion around poetry, journaling, wellness, and creativity. Attend for the chance to win a free journal! To register: reading →

Interview With Virgil the Skeleton: A JTCC Libraries Exclusive

Virgil the Skeleton has been a quiet presence at JTCC Libraries for years. A skeleton of few words, he was often found helping nursing students with their anatomy classes. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, though, Virgil found himself looking for a new purpose. Classes had gone online and library materials (including Library Skeletons) weren’t being checked out. He started feeling quite lonely and a bit lost. Despite the challenges he was facing, Virgil eventually found a new calling in a most unexpected area: social media. Though he’s still seen in the library on…continue reading →

Welcome to Fall 2021, Part 1

Welcome back, Trailblazers! Fall 2021 is upon us, and the library is excited to see our students again! We know a lot has changed recently, so I’ve written up a two-post blog series with important information to help make your visits to the library a success!   Hours Mon – Thurs: 7:30 AM – 7:00 PM Fri: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PMSat. and Sun.: Closed Any changes in library hours will be posted on the library website and the library Instagram.  Masks Per the college’s requirement, everyone is required to wear a mask when inside a college building, regardless of…continue reading →