If you are interested in a stipend for Virtual Symposium, you must apply by September 24th. There are 10 stipends available to cover virtual registration.
Applicants must be personal members of YALSA (student membership is okay). Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Winners must agree to share out with the YALSA membership what they learned at the symposium through a blog post, YALSA Academy Video or other approved means. Previous winners are not eligible.
Application & Deadline
Please complete the Virtual application by September 24th. Awardees will be notified by September 30th.
Questions? Contact Carla Jamison at email@example.com.
- Six library students win free registration for YALSA’s 2020 Virtual YA Services Symposium
- Six library workers win free registration for YALSA’s 2020 Virtual YA Services Symposium
- Shanel Slater, a student at the University of Iowa
- Lindsay Gojcaj, an Information Services Librarian at the Novi (Michigan) Public Library
- Ness Shortley, a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Kimberly Taylor-Cloud, a Youth Services Librarian at the Fairburn Branch Library of the Atlanta-Fulton (Georgia) Public Library System
- Ashley Meece, a Teen Services librarian at Tiffin-Seneca Public Library
- Tegan Anclade, a student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Silence Bourn, a Youth Services librarian at Seminole County Public Library, FL
- Maryjo Siergiej, a student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Izabel Gronski, a student at Syracuse University
- Katie Yu, a Media Specialist at Robert Frost Middle School in Rockville, MD
- Rebecca Ruberg, a teen librarian at the Burlington Public Library in Iowa
- Shawna Manchakowsky, a student at the University of Alberta, Canada
- Meg Anastasi, a reference and teen librarian with the Springfield (Mass.) City Library and a teen services coordinator with Meekins Public Library, Williamsburg, Mass.
- Megan England, a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Jessica Levy, a student in the Department of Information Studies at the University of California-Los Angeles
- Emily Dezurick-Badran, an enquiry assistant at the Southend Central Library in Southend on Sea, Essex, United Kingdom