Our student-employees are an integral part of our library staff. You may see their smiling faces at the front desk handling customer service, but our student-employees also help with major projects, process our materials, create displays, and work to make the library a welcoming and useful place. We’d be lost without them!
In our Student-Employee Spotlight series we aim to introduce you to the student-employees of the Brenau Trustee Library. They’re a bright and talented bunch and are eager to help our library users!
Your Name: _Hannah Scheel______________________________________________
Class: _Senior (2014)_______________
Major/Minor: _Early Childhood Education____________________________________
Hometown: _Jefferson, GA________________________________________________
How long have you worked at the library?
–This is my 3rd year working at the library.
Can you tell me a little about what you do at the Brenau Trustee Library?
–I am a level 3 employee and I work with Amanda Roper on ILL (InterLibrary Loan). I also do various projects around the library. I have done displays and other random things around the library.
What are your plans after graduation?
–I plan to get a job teaching 3-5 grade.
What are you reading right now or what is your favorite book?
–I have a lot of favorite books and series but my favorite book right now has to be Reconstructing Amelia by Kimberly McCreight. Also anything by John Green
What is your most memorable library experience?
–My most memorable experience at the library would have to be working with Heather (former level 3) and her training me for ILL stuff. She was so sporadic and it made training fun.
What is your secret to college success?
–Do not try too hard to be anyone but yourself.
If you could be any fictional character, who would you choose?
–Someone from Downton Abbey or some Jane Austen book.
What would you name the autobiography of your life?
–So This is How I Got Here or How The Past 21 Years of My Life Flew by.
If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
–The ability to remember anything I have ever read.
What would you like us to know about you? (Interests, family/pets, goals, etc)
–I love to teach and cannot wait to graduate and have my own classroom.
Hannah will graduate this May and is currently applying for teaching jobs. Her cheerful disposition, willingness to work, and superb organizational skills will be a boon to her future employer. We’ll miss you, Hannah!