October 20, 2016
Middle school students (grades 5-8) can create one 8.5×11 poster using facts about one vaccine.
High school students (grades 9-12) can create one 8.5×11 poster using facts about one vaccine OR create a 30-second video about why vaccinations are important to them.
The top three posters and videos win awesome prizes, and the chance for their work to be seen by the public during statewide awareness activities. A prize for the classroom with the most eligible submissions in each of the poster and video categories will also be awarded.
The New Jersey State Library is working with the New Jersey Department of Treasury’s Division of Taxation to connect local business owners and entrepreneurs with vital information through their libraries. Eighteen libraries are hosting Small Business Workshops taught by staff from the Taxation University, an outreach and training unit within the Division of Taxation. The free workshops will cover basic information about starting a business.
Wednesday, November 9th, 10:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Monroe Township Library. Registration is limited. Secure your spot!
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Find the New Jersey State Library’s Goodreads Page here.Join the New Jersey State Library’s Online Book Club here.
The New Jersey State Library and LibraryLinkNJ are pleased to announce the Mobile Mini-Makerspace Kits for Public and School Library Partners grant opportunity. Through this competitive grant program, NJSL and LLNJ will help fund three mobile mini-makerspace kits for joint use by a partnering public library/branch and public school library (Kindergarten – Grade 8) at a maximum amount of $7,500 per award. Read more…
The application deadline is November 1, 2016. The complete grant guidelines and application are available on the New Jersey State Library’s website: http://www.njstatelib.org/services_for_libraries/resources/grants/.
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Monroe Township Library (Middlesex County).
Thursday, June 8, 2016, Noon to 3:30 p.m. at the Forsgate Country Club, Monroe.
Beginning in September, @NJGrowsBiz on Twitter is being relaunched with a new focus. Libraries across New Jersey are doing amazing work to support the businesses and entrepreneurs in their communities. From classes and special events to innovative partnerships and resources, libraries are providing the tools for businesses to thrive.
Information on disaster recovery and salvage for impacted collections can be
found online at www.conservation-us.org/disaster
A free mobile application provides the same salvage guidance offered in the
award-winning “Emergency Response and Salvage Wheel.” You can download
the application by visiting www.conservation-us.org/wheel
The National Heritage Responders, a team of trained conservators and
collections care professionals, are available to provide advice on the phone
via a free 24-hour hotline at 202.661.8068
National Heritage Responders are also available on conduct on-site assessments and provide guidance on salvage. Call the hotline (202.661.8068) to request assistance.
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