Careers in Information & Museum Studies
There is a vast range of careers to consider for holders of iSchool degrees. Your choice of options and opportunities span the not-for-profit and for-profit environments, government, health, education and almost any other sector.
With the combination of your interests, background and iSchool degree you will be able to choose a career that is right for you, such as:
Students and graduates work in a variety of sectors and industries both in Canada and internationally, including:
iSchool Career Services
The MI or MMSt degree is going to open many doors for you, to have a very successful and long career. And those doors are going to start opening while you are a student.
The iSchool offers a suite of services to students to help with career searching and preparation. A dedicated Careers Officer is here to assist you with career options, gaining practical experience and preparing for job search.
Apart from individual advising and a series of career development workshops, you can also benefit by connecting with professionals through networking events, employer panels, talks and many other career events, which are organized throughout the year.
A site of job listings is maintained by the iSchool for the iSchool community: current students, alumni, staff and faculty. Access is via the CURRENT STUDENTS PORTAL (link is located in top right of each page).
Eventually, access to the service will be made exclusive to the iSchool community (alumni, current students, faculty, staff).
There are many potential career outcomes from earning the MI and MMSt degrees. Please review some of the career paths that our recent graduates have followed.
Select the PDF documents:
- OUR iSCHOOL
- STUDIES & CAREERS
"The core principles and practices of librarianship learned in the master’s program served me well when my career went in the unexpected direction of public libraries and prepared me for a successful first few years."
- Alan Harnum, Senior Applications Specialist (Web Based Services & Information Architect), E-Services, Toronto Public Library