Meet one of the newest Indiana State Library interns, Julia Deros. Julia is originally from Cockeysville, Maryland and went to Gettysburg College, where she graduated with a bachelor’s in environmental studies and history.
Which school are you currently attending?
What is your major?
Dual degree in library and information science and public history.
What is your job here at the Indiana State Library?
I am an intern with the Rare Books & Manuscripts Division.
Favorite part of the library or favorite thing about working at the library?
I really enjoy getting to work with documents from different time periods and helping visitors access history for their research.
How will this internship further your career?
I hope to one day work as an archivist, so this internship is a great experience for learning new skills and ways of thinking I’ll need as I start my career.
What is your favorite band?
Panic at the Disco.
The “Lord of the Rings” trilogy.
Finally, the best place to eat in Indy?
Nine Irish Brothers.
This blog post was written by John Wekluk, communications director, Indiana State Library. For more information, email the communications director.