Erin McCoy

Erin McCoy (MLIS) is the Librarian for Instruction and Digital Media at Nease Library. She also supervises the work in the ENC Archives, which collects and mains the history of the college. Erin enjoys librarianship because of the variety that is inherent in the job. In one day’s work she can teach students how to find relevant information for an assignment, update the library website, meet with faculty about new technologies, and plan library events. It is a profession dedicated to life-long learning, which is why Erin is excited to come to work every day.

Recent Posts

5 Reasons to Work On Campus While In College

Posted by Erin McCoy on Apr 13, 2016 3:00:00 PM

Working a campus job has the potential to be a great experience, especially at a school like Eastern Nazarene College. There are multiple reasons why that is and I can give you a supervisor’s perspective on the advantages for students.  

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Topics: Internship and Job Opportunities, Campus Life, ENC Life

On-Campus Jobs Lead to Professional Development

Posted by Erin McCoy on Jun 2, 2015 2:00:00 PM

My teaching faculty colleagues have offered examples of active learning through travel courses, recently to Ireland and Washington, DC. As a non-teaching faculty member, but one who supervises students in a work environment, I have the opportunity to help students grow professionally and think about what they want to do in that dark space after graduation known as “the future.”

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Topics: Internship and Job Opportunities, Boston and Quincy Opportunities