SA ALIA Students and New Graduates Group welcome you to our first event of the year – come along for drinks and a chat with the new SA Regional Coordinators and throw around some ideas for the year ahead. In readiness, take a moment to fill out our survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FLNTK7T
Attention VIC GLAMR students and new professionals!
Please join the ALIA Students and New Graduates group, fellow students and new professionals to celebrate this glorious Melbourne autumn weather.
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
ALIA Students and New Graduates Group is looking for people to join our group as Regional Coordinators in Victoria and the Northern Territory.
Are you enthusiastic and passionate about our profession? Are you looking for a way to contribute to the GLAMR community? Do you want to meet new people and strengthen your professional network? Then becoming an ALIA Regional Coordinator is right up your alley!
As an ALIA SNGG Regional Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to:
- become part of a national group that is passionate about assisting new information professionals in their careers;
- organise and facilitate a wide range of social and professional events;
- establish and expand your professional network by liaising with the professional community.
Plus, you can add the role to your resume/ CV and demonstrate your active engagement in the profession!: Note: You need to be an ALIA member to be a Coordinator. Grab a discounted student rate!
This is a volunteer role. If you are interested in applying please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you more information and a detailed description of the role.
We look forward to getting an email from you!
Closing date: Sunday 31 May.
To celebrate Information Awareness Month, RIMPA, ASA and ALIA are joining forces for a cross-discipline panel discussion focusing on how new professionals feel that they fit into the sector and how they are viewed by experienced professionals.
As the theme of Information Awareness Month is The Information Professional Towards 2020, we will discuss how the needs of new professionals have changed and how this must be supported in the uncertain world that is the GLAMR industry.
Please join us at the Dulcie Hollyock Room, Ground Floor, Bailieu Library at the University of Melbourne on the 11th May, 6 pm (for a 6.30pm start) – 7.30pm.
We will have three panelists from different areas of the GLAMR industry (more info to come) and the event will be moderated by Kate Fuelling – information management specialist, author, optimist, and founder of Kate Fuelling Consulting (full bio below).