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Offered by Indiana Library Federation
The Sue Marsh Weller Memorial Scholarship Fund provides funding for at least one scholarship for applicants entering or currently enrolled in an ALA-accredited program of graduate study specializing in children’s librarianship with plans to work with children or youth. Three letters of recommendation are required. A video recording that takes the place of an interview, helping the committee know the applicant, is also required. Please visit the scholarship’s website for more information.
The Indiana Library Federation's mission is to lead, educate, and advocate to advance library services for the benefit of Indiana residents. The Indiana Library Federation (ILF) origin dates back to 1891 when the assistant state librarian called together a meeting of 10 librarians from universities and the Indianapolis Public Library. Together, they initiated the Library Association of Indiana. After a name change to Indiana Library Association and organizing the Indiana Library Trustee Association in the early twentieth century, the two organizations merged in 1990 to be renamed Indiana Library Federation.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
Library and Information Sciences
To apply for this scholarship, submit the below application materials before the deadline.
Letter of Recommendation
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