From the ALA website:
Libraries Transforming Communities: Facilitation Skills for Small and Rural Libraries is a new learning series from the American Library Association (ALA) designed to help library workers develop facilitation skills to engage with their communities.
Specially designed to meet the needs of small and rural libraries, the series will consist of:
- In-person training at the 2020 ALA Annual Conference in Chicago with follow-up coaching support; space is limited. Registration and travel stipends will be granted through a competitive, peer-reviewed application process
- A five-part asynchronous online course
- Follow-up coaching support
Applications are now being accepted for travel stipends to attend the in-person training at the 2020 ALA Annual Conference in Chicago. ALA will distribute up to 25 travel stipends to library workers in small and rural communities to cover travel costs. Applications are due Monday, January 20, 2020.
For additional information, and to apply for this grant, please visit the ALA website at http://www.ala.org/tools/librariestransform/libraries-transforming-communities/LTCTravelStipend