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If you are interested in becoming a librarian, be sure to take a
full college preparatory course load. Focus on classes in history,
English, speech, and foreign languages if you are going into user
services. If you plan on working in a special library, take classes
related to that specialty. For instance, if science is your
interest, take courses such as anatomy, biology, chemistry, and
physics. Learning how to use a computer and conduct basic research
in a library is essential. Developing these skills will not only
aid in your future library work, but will also help you in college
and in any other career options you might pursue.
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