Guest post by Angela Schneider
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The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is pleased to announce the Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) Grant competition, for funding beginning in the 2024-25 school year.
The purpose of the 21st CCLC program is threefold. A 21st Century Community Learning Center provides an array of activities during non-school hours, or periods when school is not in session (such as before and after school, weekends and during school breaks) that:
Visit with and hear from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Library Services Team presenting at the Wisconsin Library Association Annual Conference 2023, October 24-27, 2023. Make sure to stop by the Library Services Team’s booth G318 and say hello to our team, ask questions, hear more about upcoming projects and programs, and pick up some statewide information including posters and bookmarks for your library.
Guest post submitted by the IDEA Team:
Guest post by Angela Schneider, Northeastern Wisconsin CE Partnership (NEWI)
Visit the NEWI calendar of free webinars to find online continuing education opportunities you may attend from where you are. There’s a lot to choose from, so here’s a sample of topics that may be of interest to you:
Click the event title to learn more and register.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s Library Services Team wants to thank libraries across the state for encouraging community members to register for their library card.
Libraries are asked to do more than ever to help their communities thrive. Staff are often asked to assist job seekers in gaining meaningful, livable employment. This can take the form of helping library users in online job searching, application prep, and other social/employment services, which can be challenging for frontline staff to navigate alone.
Guest Post by Steve Heser, SRLAAW Vice-Chair
A final report on the Public Library Staff Compensation Survey is now available. The purpose of the report is to provide staff salaries and position classification information to help library boards determine appropriate compensation to attract and retain the best possible employees for the positions.