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Libri Foundation

The Libri Foundation is a nationwide non-profit organization which donates new, quality, hardcover children's books to small, rural public libraries in the United States through its BOOKS FOR CHILDREN program. Visit the site (click here) for more information on the foundation, its programs, and featured chidren's books.

Wisconsin Library Association (WLA) Scholarships PDF Print E-mail

Wisconsin Library Association (WLA) Scholarships

WLA Foundation offers continuing education scholarships and grants, as well as scholarships to attend library school. WLA Foundation scholarships are funded through generous charitable contributions.

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YALSA Awards and Grants PDF Print E-mail

Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) Awards and Grants


YALSA provides a list of grants and awards available to its members. There is also a section on scholarships, stipends, and fellowships for emerging leaders and students interested in young adult librarianship.

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IFLA Fellowships, Funds, Grants and Awards PDF Print E-mail

IFLA administers a number of Grants and Scholarships to enable aspiring library and information professionals from all over the world to enhance their training and to provide funding for new and exciting projects in the field of librarianship. Full details and application forms can be obtained from IFLA Headquarters.

  • Jay Jordan IFLA/OCLC Early Career Development Fellowship
  • CILIP/IFLA Aspire Award

ALA Scholarship Program PDF Print E-mail

ALA Scholarship Program

One can apply for a variety of scholarships through the single online application (read more) hosted by the ALA Scholarship Program.

Review the following pages for more information on special areas of support or individual scholarship guidelines and benefits:




The scholarship process is open annually from September - March. Applications and reference forms (which must be submitted on-line) are available during that time period. Instructions and general information remain available year round.

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