|Welcome to the news for October!
Spring has sprung giving you the perfect opportunity to enjoy the sun and get involved in some activities on offer this month.
Remember to check back with this newsletter throughout the month for updates on what we’re up to on online and in your state.
ALIA Students and New Graduates Group Social Media
Want to get engaged with ALIA SNGG? ALIA Students and New Graduates Group are always on the look out for new social media coordinators to join our growing Facebook, Instagram and blog teams. As well as regional coordinators to run social and professional development events in their home states.
If volunteering on a regular basis is currently not an option for you consider writing a blog post for us. We invite (and strongly encourage!) you to submit guest posts publication here on the SNGG blog. Click here to learn more about the volunteering.
The topic for October’s #AusLibChat was ‘New to Management’. Here is a summary of the chat.
While submissions may have now closed for round one of NLS9 round two submissions (lightning talk or debate) are open until the 11th of February 2019. Find out more about the submission process and deadlines here.
VIC ALIA Student and New Graduates Group (SNGG) would like to invite you to their annual Job Seeking Skills Seminar on Thursday 25 October.
Hear from leading professionals from across the industry for an evening exploring useful skills and advice to help you snag your dream job. Click here for more details.
ALIA invites you to the 2018 Leadership and Innovation Forum series across Australia. These special events are intended to connect ALIA Members with leaders and influencers in the library and GLAMR sector. This is your opportunity to network with some of the key thinkers and decision-makers; the people who drive our industry.
Events will be held in Victoria on the 30th of October, 2018. Click here for more information.
ALIA SNGG in conjunction with ACTive ALIA would like to invite you to attend The Archival Turn in Law: The Papers of Lindy Chamberlain in the National Library of Australia. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit facebook.com/activealia to RSVP.
Check out the ALIA Events Listing page for more ALIA events near you.