iYouth Co-President Nate Halsan
I am a second year student in hot pursuit of my MLIS. My career interests focus on youth services – particularly to children from birth through 14.

Prior to joining the field of librarianship, I worked in higher education. I spent 5 years in Berlin, Germany working towards a Master’s of European Studies at the Viadrina University (completed June 2010). While in Berlin, I also worked for a study abroad company aiding undergraduate students in cultural adjustment and independent research projects. Upon returning to the US, I worked first for Lexia Study Abroad in Hanover, New Hampshire where I was responsible for Northeast recruitment and curricular oversight for European programming (Berlin, Krakow, Paris, Rome and Budapest/Transylvania). From Hanover I moved to Irvine, California where I spent a year and a half as an international student adviser at the University of California.
I am stoked for the collaborative and enthusiastic environment our student run organization brings to the iSchool. Get involved! Let’s make iYouth the rad organization we all want it to be!

iYouth Co-President Nate Halsan

I am a second year student in hot pursuit of my MLIS. My career interests focus on youth services – particularly to children from birth through 14.

Prior to joining the field of librarianship, I worked in higher education. I spent 5 years in Berlin, Germany working towards a Master’s of European Studies at the Viadrina University (completed June 2010). While in Berlin, I also worked for a study abroad company aiding undergraduate students in cultural adjustment and independent research projects. Upon returning to the US, I worked first for Lexia Study Abroad in Hanover, New Hampshire where I was responsible for Northeast recruitment and curricular oversight for European programming (Berlin, Krakow, Paris, Rome and Budapest/Transylvania). From Hanover I moved to Irvine, California where I spent a year and a half as an international student adviser at the University of California.

I am stoked for the collaborative and enthusiastic environment our student run organization brings to the iSchool. Get involved! Let’s make iYouth the rad organization we all want it to be!