Library and Information Sciences Brand Statement Samples

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Your brand statement expresses your professional value in a clear and concise introduction for employers. Think of it as a tool for you to tell the industry your story, including your education, accomplishments, and skills. You can get more detailed advice in our Brand Statement Guide.

Career Starter

Library media specialist leveraging a background in customer service and communications to deliver patron satisfaction through data-driven, solution-oriented collaboration. Earned a degree in [program] from the [school name] to hone skills in library cataloging and content development and management, as well as other skills. Experience in teaching and instruction includes creating workshops for fellow employees on navigating databases. Enjoys cross-functional collaboration with faculty and administration to create ideal research conditions.

Career Switcher

Law librarian leveraging a background in database administration through leadership in project management and content development. Earned a certificate in [program] from the [school name] to hone skills in people management and public relations. Collaborated on a cross-team project to create long-term data storage and archiving strategy. Excited to combine online teaching and instruction with solution-based content management. 

Career Advancer

Data curator leveraging a seven-year career in data science through leadership and technical abilities. Often tagged by management to train new employees and lead initiatives to mold company research policy. Earned a certificate in [program] from the [school name] to hone skills in business process and analysis as well as people management. Led projects that required delivering development work to a client. Expert in collaborating with scientists and developers to build tools for data analysis and presentations.


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