Nominate Your Public Librarian

Nominations for the 2012 Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Awards are open through September 12.

Please note: You'll need to submit the entire application in one session.  To make the process easier for applicants, we've provided a list of the questions (Word doc) so you can prepare your answers in advance.

Personal Information

First, tell us about yourself.

Note: All information provided will be used solely in promotion of the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award.  All fields required.

About Nominee
Reasons for Nominating this Librarian

Please tell us in 2-3 sentences why your nominee should win this award.  What sets him/her apart?
(Response limited to 200 words)

Please list a few ways in which the nominee has helped you and made your experience of the library a positive one. For instance, did the nominee inspire in you a love for literature; assist you in a project or finding other information?
(Response limited to 800 words)

How has the librarian made a difference in the community?  Please be specific.
(Each response limited to 800 words)

How has the library, and the nominee, improved the quality of your life?
(Response limited to 800 words)

How does the nominee make the library a better place? Please be specific.
(Response limited to 800 words)

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