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Ever since I was a senior in high school when I got the chance to be an intern at the elementary school library, I still have found a market in the library environment. On Friday, February fourteenth, I have the opportunity to interview and job shadow Amy Bowman, the Media Center Coordinator in Community Schools. By having both of those experiences with Amy, it actually proved to me that I would like to work in library sciences once I graduate from school. Amy began her postsecondary schooling at State University. She graduated in 2002 studying schooling with a enforcement in English and a minor in social studies. Amy ended up teaching English for a few years post graduation. Subsequently she decided after a few years of teaching she wanted to go back to college and get her MLS (Masters in Library Science) degree. She graduated in 2007 with her MLS degree from State University. Amy shared with me receiving her masters was likely the best thing she's done in her life. She shared with me that she would advocate getting your masters in whatever your future career is. She mentioned how her experience was lots of hard work at the moment, but looking back she feels as if it was made her a much more well-rounded man at the career she currently is in. Like I mentioned before Amy is your Media Center Coordinator in Community Schools. Her occupation always keeps her on her toes day after day, in fact even year after year. She said hat her job is constantly changing and she actually never knows exactly what to expect. Amy shared how the at times that the diversity and the constant shifting can be crazy sometimes but she could never imagine doing another job than the one she has now. The change in fact is one of AmyвЂ™s favorites enjoymen...