Youth Services Librarians CALCON15 Call for proposals

The CAL Conference Planning Committee is excited to announce CALCON15 will return to the Embassy Suites in Loveland October 22-24. The planning committee is dedicated to making CALCON15 the best conference yet, with programs that apply to all levels of library work, from front line staff to directors. But to make this a reality, we need your help! What can you share?

2015 Call for Proposals!

 The 2015 CAL Annual Conference focuses on how to innovate, inspire and connect the library community across the state.

 The CAL Annual Conference Program Committee is seeking proposals for programs that:

  • demonstrate connections between libraries and their patrons, partner, other libraries;
  • stimulate imagination, foster creativity and ingenuity;
  • engage communities and demonstrate leadership for libraries of every size and every type.


This is your opportunity to tell Colorado librarians about the wonderful things you are doing at your library! CAL encourages submissions from all types of libraries, regardless of size or location. All library staff are invited to submit proposals on a variety of subjects, including HR, marketing, administration, legal, etc. CALCON is a place to hear new ideas, share your best practices, and provide essential networking for library staff and supporters.

Share your Innovations! Inspire your fellow librarians! Connect with new ideas and colleagues from across the state! Submit your program proposal today and help make CALCON15 an amazing conference!

 *For more information on submitting a proposal, please visit:

 If you have questions about the submission process, you can contact Jean Heilig

If you have questions about CALCON15, you can contact Christine Kreger


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