Your participation in ALSC brings meaningful change to the profession and your career. From serving on an award committee to writing an article for ALSC, there are many ways to get involved and participate, both online and onsite! We're always open to new ideas, so please send them our way!
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There's a place for you with ALSC! Regardless of your expertise or background, you can find a way to participate. Here are some ideas to get you started!
You can also check out our FREE on-demand webinar: Get Involved with ALSC: Navigating Opportunities within the Organization.
- Submit a Committee Volunteer Form
- Write for the ALSC Blog or Children & Libraries
- Become a mentor or mentee in the ALSC Mentoring Program
- Represent ALSC in the ALSC Roadshow
Professional Development & Education
- Take part in Take Action Tuesday
- Register a Día program
- Participate in virtual National Library Legislative Day
Networking & Connections
- Come to an ALSC Community Forum
- Tweet your ideas in an #alscchat Twitter discussion
- Join in the conversation on ALSC-L
- Sign up for the Every Child Ready to Read Ning
- Apply for a scholarship, grant, or award
- Volunteer to be the ALSC Blog Member of the Month
- Submit a proposal to present at a conference
- Send in your personal, career news and program ideas to ALSC Matters!
- Enter an ALSC Blog or Facebook contest
- Create a program video and submit it to the ALSC YouTube page
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New Member Forum
On Wed., April 23, 2014, ALSC held a new member forum on ways to get involved with ALSC. Hosted by former ALSC Membership Chair Amanda Roberson and former ALSC Membership Manager Dan Bostrom, this live forum was presented for new members, prospective members, and anyone interested in participation. Access to the forum's recorded webcast is free and open to the public. Or you can view the slides from this event.