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Posted on: October 30, 2017

2017 Student Library Ambassador Program

The North Carolina Library Association is pleased to announce the fourth annual Student Library Ambassador Program.  This year, we are seeking 1 K-12 student winner from each of North Carolina's 13  congressional districts. The top three rated entries will win a trip to Washington, D.C.  and all 13 student ambassadors will receive a free t-shirt, a framed certificate, be profiled on our website, and meet in person with both their members of congress at their local offices in North Carolina to discuss the importance of libraries. This year, we are also opening it up to college students as well. 

To enter, all you must do is show how much you love libraries and what effect it has had on your life, anyway you want, song, essay, video, poem, interpretive dance, presentation, etc. Submit your entry by mail, fax, or email by January 31, 2018. 

Your submission should include an email with your creative work, along with your name, grade or academic year in school/college, the name of the school/college,
telephone, and mailing address. It also needs to address these 3 questions:

1. Why are libraries important to you and your classmates?

2. How have libraries impacted you personally?

3. How are libraries important for the future of North Carolina?


Visit

https://nclibraryadvocacy.wordpress.com

to view the 2014, 2015, and 2016 winners.

Please submit your entry to

nclaonline@gmail.com

or mail no later than January 31, 2018 to:

2017 NCLA Student Library Ambassadors Program

North Carolina Library Association

1841 Capital Boulevard

Raleigh, NC 27604-2144

Phone: (919)839-6252

Fax: (919)839-6253

For more information about the contest, please visit:

nclibraryadvocacy.wordpress.com

or contact:

Anthony Chow, PHD

email: aschow@uncg.edu

LaJuan Pringle, MLIS

lpringle@cmlibrary.org


For more information about the North Carolina Library Association, contact President Michael Crumpton at:

macrumpt@uncg.edu











 
  

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