WAYNESBORO, Pa. - A former Baltimore schoolteacher just landed her dream job at the Waynesboro library.
Emily Sharp, 29, of Waynesboro, recently was named children's librarian at Alexander Hamilton Memorial Free Library on East Main Street.
Sharp, a former preschool and kindergarten teacher in Baltimore for five years, has been working part time at the library since June 2006, but says she now has an ideal position.
"This is my dream job," Sharp said Wednesday. "I've wanted to be a children's librarian since as long as I can remember."
She has a bachelor's degree in early childhood education from Towson University and plans to pursue a master's degree in library media science.