Mark your calendars OC REFORMA members! On Sunday, April 11th, 2010, the Career Paths for New Librarians Workshop will take place on the campus of California State University at Fullerton. The event is sponsored by the Orange County Chapter of REFORMA, San Jose State University SLIS program, SJSU Lissten graduate student organization, and the California Librarians Black Caucus.
For more information, please access the following flyer:
“Career Paths for New Librarians” Workshop
Hope to see all of you there!
OC REFORMA has been active in Orange County since 1979, promoting and advocating Library Services for the growing Latino and Spanish speaking communities across the county for over thirty years. Although numerous workshops and activities have taken place over the past three decades, many of the photos of these past events have yet to be scanned and made available online. Fortunately, Anthony Arroyo (Pima Community College Library) has put together a wonderful online photo album of one specific workshop that took place in 1988, offering the newest members a brief glimpse of some of the rich history of OC REFORMA’s community involvement with advocacy, education, and outreach. Please access the following link below to take a trip back in history to view some classic photos from OC REFORMA’s illustrious past.
Library Services for the Latino Community Workshop 1988 Photos
Orange County Chapter of REFORMA invites current and future library and information studies students to participate in its 2010-11 Scholarships Competition. The Orange County Chapter of REFORMA seeks to support the recruitment and retention of bilingual Spanish/English students to the profession of librarianship through local REFORMA chapter scholarship funds.
The scholarship application deadline is: Tuesday, May 4, 2010 (postmarked). For more information, including the application, access the following link: 2010-11 OC REFORMA Scholarship Application