One outstanding librarian from each region will be recognized during National Library Week in April
New York State Sen. Sean Ryan, chair of the Senate Libraries Committee, seeks nominations for outstanding librarians from across New York. He will recognize outstanding librarians who go above and beyond to serve their communities during National Library Week, which begins Sunday, April 3. One librarian will be selected from each of the state’s 10 region. Each honoree will receive special recognition and a framed New York State Senate proclamation.
To nominate a librarian, individuals should fill out the attached nomination form and submit it along with a letter describing why the nominee should be selected to [email protected] by Friday, April 1. The nomination form can also be found on Ryan's website.
Ryan said, “Libraries play a crucial role in our communities, and the people who spend their days keeping New Yorkers connected, informed and entertained deserve special recognition for their hard work. I look forward to celebrating National Library Week this year by highlighting some of the outstanding work librarians have been doing for communities throughout the state.”