Volunteer for SLA in 2016 and Shape Our Association

Volunteering for an SLA committee or council or unit is a great way to build valuable skills while shaping and strengthening SLA.

This year there are vacancies to fill at a variety of levels (chairs and members) and in a range of subject areas.

We already have many takers. Be sure to add yourself to our list and you will soon be able to add a great line to your resume and many new contacts to your address book.

How to apply: Tell us what contributions you’d like to make at both the association and unit (chapters, divisions and caucuses) levels by completing one (or both) of the volunteer forms and indicating the roles in which you’re interested.

Committees/Councils Chapters/Divisions/Caucuses

There is also a comments box, and it would be helpful if you could specify your skills and/or experience (or those you wish to acquire) that are relevant to your choice(s).

The deadline for completing the form is 16 November 2015.

Remember, volunteering helps both SLA and you, so sign up today!

All volunteers must be current SLA members. Need to renew or interested in joining? The time is now!

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