The Saddest Story Ever Told

Okay, the title may be a little dramatic but it is still a sad story!

It’s with the deepest of regrets that I have to announce my leave of the Skokie Internship Program. Life has a funny way of throwing unexpected curveballs your way and while sometimes you get lucky with a homerun, more often than not it’ll strike you out.

My time here at Skokie Public Library is one I will cherish forever. As my first library experience, I couldn’t have picked a more welcoming, professional, and inclusive group of people if I tried. I would like to thank everyone in the Community Engagement office for treating me as part of the team since day one, and everyone else at SPL for being so open to questions and curiosities.

Although I may not be able to commit the time for an internship, I would love the opportunity to stay involved and volunteer whenever I am able to! If you’re looking for an extra set of hands (or eyes, or ears, or just someone along for the ride) please do not hesitate to reach out to me at LMontemayor@my.dom.edu. It is my sincerest hope that today is not the last day you’ll see me walking through the stacks and talking to strangers (a natural tendency passed down from my mother).

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!

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2 thoughts on “The Saddest Story Ever Told

  1. Matt MacKellar says:

    Lydia,

    I’m so sad that employment uncertainties and exigencies have left you unable to finish out the duration of the internship, but I’m grateful for the time you’ve spent here. Thank you for your contributions in so many ways, from programming, to research, to working on readers advisory projects. But most of all, we will miss your warmth of spirit and passion for librarianship. But of course we will all keep in touch and know you have a bright future in librarianship! I count it a privilege to have been your lead mentor.

    Matt

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  2. skokielaura says:

    I am so sorry-we are really going to miss you! Thank you for all of your hard work this fall/winter and best of luck in the future!

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