[Michlib-l] FW: Apply for Libraries Build Business grants and membership in the Policy Corps Cohort III
KathyL at mimame.org
Tue Dec 3 20:31:20 EST 2019
Please see the forwarded message from ALA below:
APPLY FOR GRANTS TO ADVANCE SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES—GRANTS OF $50K to $150K
With funding from Google.org (the philanthropic part of Google), we will
fund 10-14 libraries to further develop small business/entrepreneurship
programs geared towards low-income and/or underrepresented entrepreneurs.
First round applications are brief.
APPLY TO BECOME PART OF THE ALA POLICY CORPS, COHORT III
ALA is expanding its Policy Corps! Join us in building and amplifying our
ability to advocate on key policy issues on behalf of the library
community. Participants will focus on issues for which deep and sustained
knowledge is necessary to advance ALA policy goals among policymakers.
Training and opportunities to participate in targeted national advocacy
will be provided to participants.
Alan S. Inouye, Ph.D.
Senior Director, Public Policy & Government Relations
American Library Association
1615 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20009
202-403-8218 ▪ ainouye at alawash.org; ala.org/wo <http://www.ala.org/wo>
Follow Me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlanSInouye
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Kathy Lester, MLIS, MA
*Advocacy Chair, Past-President 2014*
Michigan Association for Media in Education (MAME)
*Region 3 Director*
American Association of School Librarians (AASL)
*School Library Media Specialist / Technology Coach*
*SL21 Model Library, 2017-2018*
*SL21 Exemplary Ranking - Michigan School Libraries for the 21st Century
East Middle School, Plymouth-Canton Schools
*ISTE Making IT Happen Award Winner*
*2017 MAME Michigan School Library Program of the Year*
*2012 **State Librarian's Excellence Award Winner*
kathyL at mimame.org
twitter: @LibraryL <https://twitter.com/LibraryL>
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