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Julia

M. Nee
590 Bay Road!Duxbury, MA 02332!781.835.6753 !nee.julia.m@gmail.com


Experience ___________________________________________________________________________________________
Educational Resource Center, Bridgewater State University
Library Assistant (2/2017-present)
• Provide general library assistance to faculty members, graduate students, and undergraduate
students including reference, instruction, and technical assistance in person, electronically (email
and chat), or via the telephone
• Assist with information discovery for both print and non-print resources, especially those located in
the Educational Resource Center
• Maintain statistics about usage of the Educational Resource Center and its materials
• Work independently on additional projects, including creating displays
• Promote the Educational Resource Center activities and resources via social media
Pembroke Public Library Circulation, Pembroke Public Library
Library Aide (11/2015-present)
• Provide high quality customer service at the circulation desk to patrons via strong verbal
communication skills, offering first level support for all library functions, including patron
registration, research, and technological assistance
• Manage circulation of library materials, including checking in/out, holds, and limited processing
• Gain familiarity with SAILS policies, Commonwealth Catalogue, OverDrive, and Sirsi/Dynix’s
Symphony management system
Duxbury Free Library Reference, Duxbury Free Library
Reference Librarian Substitute (5/2017-present)
• Provide reference support via in-person, phone, and email interactions for the general collection and
local history archival collection, including research help, genealogical research, Readers’ Advisory
• Provide technological assistance for computers and software (i.e. Microsoft Suite, Adobe Creative
Suite), printers, scanners, the Digital Media Lab for conversion projects, e-readers, and other library
and non-library sponsored databases, devices, and resources
• Assist in a digitization project of local news clippings
John Curtis Free Library Circulation, John Curtis Free Library
Circulation Assistant Substitute (12/2015-present)
• Provide high quality customer service at the circulation desk to patrons via strong verbal
communication skills, offering first level support for all library functions, including patron
registration, research and technological assistance
• Manage circulation of library materials, including checking in/out, holds, and limited processing
• Gain familiarity with OCLN policies, Commonwealth Catalogue, and Sirsi/Dynix’s Symphony
management system
Hingham Historical Commission, Hingham Town Hall
Processing Intern (9/2016-11/2016)
• Under the supervision of the Town Archivist, helped process a new collection, taking steps for its
long term preservation, and helped create its finding aid
Library Internship, McCabe Library, Swarthmore College
Library Intern (1/2015-5/2015)
• Managed the library’s social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
• Assisted university librarians in the Special Collections to produce and curate a library exhibition

Education ____________________________________________________________________________________________
Simmons College, Boston, MA
Dual Masters in History and Archive Management (expected graduation 5/2018)
• Current GPA 3.92
Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA
Bachelor of Arts (6/2015)
• Honors Major in Classical Studies, Honors Minor in History, Course Major in History
• Overall GPA 3.72; GPA within Major: 3.81