Our mission The Michigan Library Association leads the advancement of all Michigan libraries through advocacy, education and engagement.
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Work Groups

Work groups are task-oriented, project-based opportunities that focus on a specific outcome and are closely aligned with volunteer skill sets and interests. The commitment for these work groups is a one-year term, June through July. The functional working time will vary by group and usually require less than a full year. Groups include workshops, conferences, programs, and awards.
  • Weekly, Monthly
  • 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Indoor
  • Formal, Skilled
  • Weekdays, Evenings, Weekends
How you help Take advantage of the opportunity to make a difference in the Michigan library community. Develop your leadership skills and grow your professional network by volunteering to serve on a committee or work group.
About us The Michigan Library Association (MLA) is Michigan's oldest and largest library association. MLA has served the library profession in Michigan for more than 128 years. Our membership includes more than 325 libraries and 1400 individuals throughout Michigan from public, academic, school and special libraries, and organizations supportive of libraries. We are a collaborative network of libraries, library professionals and library supporters who are dedicated to advocating for libraries, growing professionally as leaders in the library community and advancing the profession through sharing of best practices, innovative ideas and new programs and services that benefit library personnel, library patrons and the communities we serve.
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