Library Technology Program
Technology gives the average person access to endless amounts of information. It is the job of a library technician to manage data and help people find the information they are looking for. Completing the Library Technology program will give you an in-depth understanding of information organization and retrieval, hands-on experience in a library or information center, and prepare you for a career as a library technician. Read more...
Our Library Technician Program offers:
- a certificate of achievement - library technology
- an associate in science degree - library technology
You can learn more about the requirements in our catalog.
We know that navigating degree requirements can be tricky. Once you have enrolled at DVC, you can schedule an appointment with a counselor to discuss which option is best for you.
Library technicians often work with a wide variety of people such as, clients, students, faculty, and children in the community. Although most library technicians work in public, school, or college libraries, there are many other library and information centers where you can gain employment.
Libraries can be found in:
- schools at all levels
- local communities
- law offices
- cultural and religious organizations
- publishing, software, and social media companies
For more information on possible career options, please visit library technology job announcements, Career Center, schedule an appointment with a counselor, or contact one of our faculty and staff members. Please note that you cannot meet with a counselor or staff member until you are enrolled at DVC.
Diablo Valley College offers degree and certificate programs in a variety of subjects. For a complete listing, see certificates and degrees.
See what certificate, degree, career, and transfer opportunities are available.
Gainful employment reports
In compliance with the October 2010 Gainful Employment regulations published by the U.S. Department of Education, the Contra Costa Community College District is providing the following information for the District’s Career Technical Education programs that offer Certificates of Achievement: program costs, normal time for completion, average loan debt incurred by students enrolled in the program, completion rates, and potential careers fields for program graduates.
Additionally, review the most current Labor Market Information report on the library technician field.
Learn about required courses and when our classes are offered.
Meet our dedicated faculty and staff.
Read about some of our alumni's success stories since graduating from the program.
See what's new this semester!
- Library Technology brochure
- Library Technology catalog information
- LT program job announcement Blog
- LT Facebook page
- Work Experience Education (internship) information
- Steps to enroll
Contact Library Technology
|Program lead:||Tamar Kirschner|
|Office location:||L-312 Campus map|