Sam Werberg


Qualifications Summary

Work Experience

Consultant, FIND/SVP Inc., New York, NY
(August 2000 - December 2003)

Using one of the most comprehensive business libraries in the United States, I consult with clients from multiple industries regarding their knowledge needs in the areas of technology and telecommunications. Usable information is presented to clients on a daily basis.

 

University Librarian, Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences
University Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah, Fes, Morocco

(Peace Corps Volunteer) (June 1997 -July 2000)

Primary Work: Serving as a University Librarian as part of the Peace Corps' Information Resource Management (IRM) project I was responsible for all aspects of library service, including cataloging, stack maintenance, reference assistance and networking. As well, in my day to day work, I furthered the goals of the IRM project, which is focused on sharing information management techniques with our Moroccan counterparts.

Secondary Work: Assisting other library, information, and documentation centers around Morocco, including the American Language Center, the Peace Corps Library, UNESCO documentation center, and the Ministry of Forestry Research Library. Also:

 

Information Broker, Information Resource Services, Inc., Austin TX
(March 1996 - May 1997)

Circulation Librarian, Fine Arts Library, University of Texas, Austin TX
(August 1995 -March 1996)

Interlibrary Loan Officer, Burke Library, Hamilton College, Clinton NY
(August 1992 - April 1994)

Circulation Assistant, Burke Library, Hamilton College, Clinton NY
(August 1990 - August 1992)

Volunteer Experience

Internet Trainer, Adult Learning Center - Queens Public Library, Astoria, NY
(March 2001 - Present)

Internet Trainer, Austin Free Net, Austin TX
(April 1996 - May 1997)

Related Experience

Education

Master's Degree In Library and Information Science (MLIS), December 1996.
University of Texas, Austin TX

Bachelor of Arts Degree (BA) in Sociology, May 1994.
Hamilton College, Clinton NY