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Scholarships Available

If you are planning to attend the #NCLA21 conference co-sponsored by SELA, you can apply for a scholarship to cover the cost of registration! There are scholarships available for NC library workers and students. Applications are open until 5 p.m. on July 16.

NC library workers:

The State Library of North Carolina (SLNC) is pleased to announce scholarships to support registration costs for North Carolina library staff attendance at the 64th Biennial NCLA/SELA Conference, Oct 18-22, 2021.  

These scholarships are made possible with support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Awardee notification on July 26. 

Stay in the loop! Sign up for the SLNC News mailing list, to hear about scholarship application details and other updates from the State Library.


Conference scholarships are available for students thanks to the generosity of NCLA sections.

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Looking for COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information?

COVID-19 Information Hub - COVID-19 resources, information and assistance from across North Carolina.

Resources for Librarians and the General Public - UNC Health Sciences library has created a LibGuide with a list of COVID-19 resources including links to NC-specific information.

REMCO Statement Condemning Police Brutality and Racism Against African Americans and People of Color

The North Carolina Library Association (NCLA) stands with our Roundtable for Ethnic and Minority Concerns (REMCo) and the Black Caucus of the American Library Association (BCALA) in condemning police brutality and racism against Black Americans, Indigenous people, and people of color. We stand with our members who are suffering under racial inequality and will do everything in our power to show our solidarity and promote our supported beliefs of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Library workers across the state have stepped up over the past few months to offer services to those who need it, regardless of color, creed or religion. Every citizen who uses our resources receives the same treatment and rights of access. It is time for our local, state and national leaders to learn from us and to treat all citizens with the same respect. 

For more resources and links, please see REMCo’s statement regarding the murder of George Floyd at:


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