In June, the Lafayette College Libraries participated in Careers in Library and Information Science (CiLIS). CiLIS is an internship that brings together undergraduates from Bryn Mawr, Swarthmore, Haverford, and Lafayette colleges to explore career possibilities in LIS and learn how the LIS profession intersects with social justice issues. Students attended a variety of sessions focused on various aspects of librarianship such as cataloging, digital scholarship, archives and special collections, and research and instruction. The paid internship provides students interested in LIS and social justice a unique opportunity to learn from practicing academic librarians and connect with other students interested in the LIS profession. This year’s cohort was the largest with a total of fourteen students from participating institutions. The Lafayette students that participated this year were Shirley Liu, ‘23, Deja Jackson, ‘23, Xavier Grayce Walker, ‘22, and Marwa Saleh, ‘22. For more information on the CiLIS internship visit