I was a student circulation worker at the law library.
Law Library Student Circulation Assistant (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 2, 2017
I loved working at the law library. It was very laid back. Once you got your assigned tasks for the day done, like loose-leafs and working the shelves (putting books back or shifting), you just had to sit at the desk and wait for people who needed your help. I would usually work on homework. Most students do. The most common thing I was asked was for directions to the bathroom, but I was also asked a lot of layout questions and where to find certain materials. If someone was looking for specific cases, I was in charge of directing them to the librarian, when available, or trying to find it through the database online. The librarians and supervisors are all so incredibly nice too. I spent a lot of time talking with them as well.
Whenever there's an event in the building, we got the leftover food. We also had food, tea, and coffee available during Finals time.
You get paid hourly, so if you miss a day or the school is closed because of snow, you don't get paid.