Frieda Toth on working at the Crandall Public Library from page to teen services
Frieda Toth started working at the Crandall Public Library when she was just 15, as a page. She worked as a page for four years at the library, and concluded that she never would be a librarian. But after several years working for AT&T, she decided that the corporate world wasn’t for her, and found the perfect job at the Crandall Library. She worked in the children’s services section of the library, and now works in teen services. In her story, she spoke about how her job has changed over the years, and her favorite parts of working in the teen section.
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