AGM & Call for nominations - announcement

  • 1 Mar 2024 11:17 PM
    Message # 13323035

    See all details and register here.

    Annual General Meeting - 2024

    The Australian School Library Association Inc AGM
    will be held online - 4th May 2024, 10am AEST.

     Notice and Proxy form

    Register to attend to enter the lucky member prize (Value $100)

    Must be a member and in attendance to claim the prize.

    Non Members are welcome to attend but are unable to vote or nominate for a position on the Board.

    Nominations for the ASLA Board

    ASLA is calling for nominations for positions on the Board for 2024. Serving on the ASLA Board could be one of the most rewarding experiences of your professional life. Being a board member provides the opportunity for you to join a strong professional team who are committed to and passionate about Teacher Librarianship and School Libraries throughout Australia. Being a Board member raises your profile, expands your knowledge and experience, broadens your professional network and enables you to contribute significantly to our profession. It’s also a lot of fun!

    Nominations are being called for the following positions:

    ‣ President
     Vice President 
    ‣ Director/s

    Please see document/s for more information:

     Call for Nominations

     Board Nomination Form

    Nominations MUST be received at secretary@asla.org.au 
    no later than 5pm Friday 8 March 2024.

    Other documents
    2024 AGM agenda
    2023 AGM minutes
    President's report
    Special Resolution (Vote req) - constitution changes

    Last modified: 11 Apr 2024 2:13 PM | Anonymous

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