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East Syracuse, NY 13057 United States
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November 2018

Workshop: We’ve Got the Numbers!

November 5, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 11:15 am
CLRC, 5710 Commons Park Drive
East Syracuse, NY 13057 United States
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The Census Bureau will be providing two workshops at the CLRC office to help us learn more about how to use census data! Both workshops will be offered on Wednesday, November 28. Attend just one or both, it’s your choice! Understanding, Finding, and Constructing Tables from Census Data, 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Workshop Description:  This workshop is divided into three sections: (1) An introduction that describes the difference between Census (Decennial) data and American Community Survey Statistics–a survey that…

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February 2019

Library Advocacy Workshop: What You Should Know – Syracuse

February 8, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
CLRC, 5710 Commons Park Drive
East Syracuse, NY 13057 United States
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Wonder what goes on behind the scenes in Albany when it comes to advocating for library funding? Do you struggle for that perfect “elevator speech” when speaking to legislators about your library’s needs? Want to gain some tips and tricks before you head to Albany on February 27? Join us for a workshop to prepare yourself for any meet-up with local, regional and national representatives. Presenter: Mike Neppl is the Director of Government Relations and Advocacy General Counsel for the New York Library…

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February 2020

Advocacy Essentials: Connect and Communicate – Syracuse

February 12 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
CLRC, 5710 Commons Park Drive
East Syracuse, NY 13057 United States
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Workshop Description: Brush up on the latest tips and tricks for reaching local, regional and state elected officials. Prepare for NYLA's Advocacy Day on February 25. Learn the best way to advocate with patrons, funders and decision makers for library support. This training incorporates elements of ALA’s Advocacy Academy and will empower library staff with skills to tell their library’s story and connect it to the priorities of patrons, community members, and elected officials. Participants will develop actionable plans for strategic engagement with decision makers across a range of platforms, and be prepared to advance NYLA’s advocacy agenda…

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