Every month more and more librarians are retiring. While they are retiring from their “job”, they are not retiring from the library community, they still want to be engaged in librarianship and work with librarians and consulting offers this opportunity.
Friday, June 21, 2019- 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Learn from seasoned consultants Nancy Bolt and Liz Bishoff as they present an overview of the consultant’s role and guide participants through a self-assessment. This full day workshop is designed to prepare participants to begin-or advance- a successful consulting career. Participants will work together in an active and engaging format to explore the different roles that consultants play: as well as be able to explain how their own skills and experience might align with consulting opportunities and develop strategies related to started and managing a consultant business, marketing their services, and finding clients. This workshop will help the current and prospective library consultant create a business that is sustainable and most of all useful to the profession.
This Pre-conference will appeal to librarians from all realms: School, Public, Academic, and Special, with varying degrees of experience. From retired directors to active librarians working in every aspect of librarianship as well new consultants, retirees, working librarians approaching retirement, and consultants that want to revitalize their consulting career, this is the program for you.
Add this preconference when you register for the ALA Annual Conference https://2019.alaannual.org/registration/register-now. If you have already registered, use the dashboard link on your registration confirmation to add the preconference.