When public libraries are for everyone
PUBLIC LABORATORY: BOISE, ID–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Worcester Public Library is proud to announce the hiring of four new full-time staff members in the coming months.
In addition to the new hires, Worcester Public Library has also added a new full time information technology director, and two new fulltime assistant digital technology directors.
The company also has added two full time IT specialists.
The new hires join the library’s staff of six full time and four part time employees, and have been on the job for over a year.
“We are committed to ensuring that our libraries are accessible to all,” said Lori Clements, vice president and general manager of public libraries.
“This hiring brings the total number of full- and part-time public library employees in the city of Boise to seven.”
The new full staff members will be supported by a growing team of additional resources and technology.
WPL is also offering free digital tools to libraries for libraries that are looking for more resources for their technology needs.
In 2018, WPL was ranked number one in Idaho, and was named a Top 10 library in the country by the Library Association of Idaho.
The library also has an extensive online library catalog, and is one of only a few public libraries in Idaho to have a full digital version of its collection of the Idaho Public Library.
In 2019, WPPL’s digital catalog was named by the Idaho Library Association as the best online library library in Idaho.