August Newsletter

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August 2018

Welcome to the news for August!  

It might still be cold outside but August is proving to be another busy month with lots happening online and across the country.

Remember to check back with this newsletter throughout the month for updates on what we’re up on online and in your state.

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June Newsletter

ALIA Students and New GraduatesJune 2018

Welcome to the news for June!  

As the weather cools down, the New Grads events heat up! There are lots of exciting events happening online and all around the country.

We’ve also extended the deadline for social media and regional coordinator applications. You now have until June 15, so don’t hesitate, we’d love to hear from you!

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May Newsletter

ALIA Students and New GraduatesMay 2018

 

Welcome to our newsletter for May!  

May is shaping up to be an exciting month for GLAMR professions – Library and Information Week is just around the corner and National Simultaneous Storytime is sure to be a hit again in 2018!

Remember to check back with this newsletter throughout the month for updates on what we’re up on online and in your state.

 

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April Newsletter

ALIA Students and New GraduatesApril 2018

Welcome to April. We have plenty of events, online and off, to share with you. 

SNGG recently launched our Get Engaged Campaign which aims to help GLAMR professionals navigate the sea of potential networking, learning and professional development opportunities. We’re busily concocting some fantastic ideas, keep an eye on #GetEngagedSNGG for upcoming developments!

Check back with this newsletter throughout the month for updates on what we’re up on online and in your state.

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New South Wales – 2017 Meet and Greet: Event Wrap-Up

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The NSW ALIA Students and New Graduates Group had their first gathering for 2017 the location in Coco Cubano, Campbelltown was ideal especially the decor! We were sitting in a room with leather reading chairs surrounded by books. The weather could not dampen the mood inside and we had lots of laughter and stories to share.

This gathering was an excellent opportunity for future information professionals to meet and network over delicious food and drinks.  Diana Richards, ALIA NSW State Manager, met and spoke to each attendee and informed them of all the services a member of ALIA can access.  She handed out information with easy instructions and the links to different pages on the ALIA website.

We believe this event was successful and are looking forward to planning the next event after NLS8.

From the NSW ALIA SNGG Regional Coordinators

Michelle Stuart, Michelle Feely and Angela Bagaric