Funding: Washington Library Association 2019-2020 Scholarships, Aug 1

Funding: Washington Library Association 2019-2020 Scholarships

Deadline: Applications close August 1, 2019

The application window for the Washington Library Association (WLA) 2019-2020 scholarships is now open. There are five memorial scholarships, created and funded by families and friends in memory of their loved ones to honor each person’s service to libraries. Winners will be announced on September 4 in the WLA Wednesday Newsletter.

Maryan E. Reynolds Scholarship: $1000 – $3000 to one or more WLA members who is enrolled in an ALA-accredited Masters degree program and has completed at least one semester or quarter.

Hahn-Ahlers Continuing Education Scholarship: $1000 to a WLA member toward a degree, certificate, or graduate-level study in the Library or Education fields.

John Stanford Continuing Education Scholarship: $1000 to a current WLA member of color toward a degree, certificate, or graduate level study in the Library or Education fields.

Denny Bond Library Paraprofessional Scholarship: $500 or $1000 to a current school library paraprofessional and WLA member toward participation at a local or national library-related conference, workshop, or educational event.
Sponsored by the WLA School Library Division.

Sharon Bates Professional Growth Scholarship: $500 or $1000 to a current school library employee and WLA member toward participation at a local or national library-related conference, workshop or educational event.
Sponsored by the WLA School Library Division.

For more information, scholarship requirements, and to see a list of the 2018 winners, please visit the WLA Scholarship page.

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