FW: Due Tomorrow: Applications for "My First AASL National Conference" Travel Grants

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Subject: Due Tomorrow: Applications for "My First AASL National Conference" Travel Grants

 

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Through the generous support of Bound to Stay Bound Books (BTSB), AASL is offering 30 travel grants for school library professionals to attend an AASL national conference for the first time. Applications are due tomorrow by 11:59 p.m. Central.

 

The $750 in grant funds can be used toward travel, housing, and/or registration fees for the upcoming conference taking place October 21-23 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

Applications must be submitted online at national.aasl.org/btsb. Late applications will not be considered.

 

“The BTSB grant made it possible for me to attend my first AASL National Conference. It was an amazing experience! I attended wonderful sessions and made connections with librarians all over the U.S. I truly appreciate that BTSB made it possible!” – Carrie Bresnehen

 

 

 

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Higher Logic

AzLA President

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Apr 15, 2021, 12:13:31 PMApr 15
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Hi Judi, 
I am so sorry to have missed the TLD meeting yesterday. Please let me know if we could meet to discuss what was discussed and keep me in the loop on future meetings. Live well Judi.
Jack
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Respectfully,
Dr. John Walsh
AzLA President
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