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REFORMA: National Association to Promote Library and Information Services

REFORMA: National Association to Promote Library and Information Services

PO Box 4386
Fresno, CA 93744
Ph: (480)734-4460
Fax: (480)471-7442
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:http://www.reforma.org

REFORMA Scholarship Program (Graduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To encourage Spanish-speaking individuals to pursue or advance a career in library and information science. Focus: Library and archival sciences. Qualif.: Applicants must be U.S. citizens; must be Spanish-speaking; must be current or entering graduate library school students; and must show evidence of commitment to a career in librarianship. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on educational background, intellectual abilities and personal character.

Funds Avail.: $1,500. Number Awarded: Varies. To Apply: Application materials are available at the website. Applicants must submit a completed application form together with official copies of college transcripts, resume and two letters of reference from professors, employers, librarians or other professionals to: REFORMA Scholarship Committee, Ramona Grijalva, Chair, PO Box 7543 Tucson, AZ 85725, [email protected] Deadline: March 15.

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