Like most librarians in the PCC library, I am a generalist. I spend much of my time asking questions. I try to help students think about what they are looking for and then we explore where to look for information and how to find it; finally I try to help students figure out if what they find is really useful to them. I work online and at the Cascade library’s research help desk. I meet with remote and in-person classes to show students how the library can help them get started on their research, and I also teach a one-credit class on doing research, including how to use the library and the Internet effectively. I love being a librarian, and working in the PCC Library is my dream job. My professional goal is for our students to become life-long learners, savvy finders and users of information, and for everybody to recognize any library as a welcoming place for them to use and enjoy.