The season of thanks and giving is upon us! In this second year of the pandemic, gratitude is grander, more profound, and even sweeter. In the Public Awareness and Advocacy committee, we are particularly grateful for ALSC and all children’s services workers.
ALSC staff and volunteers have kept up the great work in the midst of shutdowns, furloughs, and staff shortages. It is because of them we are able to join together (usually virtually) and continue to do the work of supporting our libraries and communities. They have continued meeting regularly, posting to the blog, and doing good work on behalf of children’s service workers everywhere.
Children’s services workers have provided virtual and outdoor programs, take home crafts, and online reference without skipping a beat. Their hard work on behalf of their community has kept children and families engaged.
This holiday season, the ALSC Public Awareness and Advocacy committee is grateful for YOU!
This blog relates to ALSC Core Competency VII. Professionalism and Professional Development
Cassie Chenoweth is a Youth Services Librarian II for Cobb County Public Library. She is writing today’s post on behalf of the Public Awareness and Advocacy Committee. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.