ALCTS Membership Committee (Association for Library Collections and Technical Services) Committee
With all of the overwhelming options out there, it can feel like a person needs another degree to understand and navigate ALA Annual and ALCTS. Skip all of that frustration and come hear it from the source! The ALCTS New Members Interest Group and ALCTS Membership Committee are proud to present this year’s ALCTS 101. This informal gathering will provide opportunities for group discussions on topics including: an overview of the ALCTS division, ALCTS sections, conference navigation, volunteering, publishing, networking, and resume/cover letter review. ALCTS experts will be on hand to answer your questions and chat with you. All are welcome - from the aspiring to the established professional.
Join us on the first evening of the conference weekend for light refreshments after your first full day of the conference or following a long day of traveling. Door prizes will be given out and ALCTS SWAG will be available as long as supplies last!
We’ll be hanging out in the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place - Grant Park 12AB room on Friday, June 28th 2013 from 7:30-9:30PM. Add it to your scheduler today!
Resume Review at ALCTS 101 Are you looking for a professional librarian to provide feedback on your resume?If so, bring it to ALCTS 101 during ALA Annual, Friday evening, June 22nd from 7:30-9:30pm, in the Avila Room (4th floor) of the Hilton Anaheim. We'll have ALCTS colleagues on hand to review your resume and provide feedback during ALCTS 101. ALCTS 101 is a fun-filled evening designed to help new and potential ALCTS members learn more about ALCTS and how to become involved. We'll also have prizes and networking opportunities!Deborah RyszkaChair, ALCTS Membership Committee, andCoordinator, Copy Cataloging UnitUniversity of Delaware LibraryNewark, DE email@example.com
ALCTS 101: What is ALCTS, and how can I be involved?
Friday, June 24, 2011, from 7:45 to 9:00 pm. in Room 245 of the Convention Center
Join us for an invigorating evening of ALCTS fun! Participate in the speed-networking portion of the evening and learn about what ALCTS is and does. Meet and network with new and veteran ALCTS colleagues and friends.
New members, prospective members, or reinvigorated members will all enjoy this event!
Professional technical services colleagues will also be available to provide feedback on your resume and job search questions. Be sure to bring your resume, if you’d like some feedback.
ALCTS 101 participants will also be eligible for prizes, including free ALCTS membership renewals (limited to members of 5 years or less), free ALCTS webinars, and Starbucks gift cards for the ALA student chapter with the most attendees!
Hope to see you there!
This event is sponsored by the ALCTS Membership Committee and the ALCTS New Members Interest Group.