The American Library Association's Freedom to Read Foundation has opened applications for the 2011 Gordon M. Conable Conference Scholarship. This scholarship is open to current library school students and new professionals to attend the 2011 ALA Annual Conference, June 23-28 in New Orleans.
The Conable Scholarship provides for conference registration, transportation, housing for six nights, and per diem expenses. In return, the recipient will be expected to attend various FTRF and other intellectual freedom meetings and programs at conference, consult with a mentor/board member, and present a report about their experiences and thoughts.
For more information and to apply for the Conable Scholarship, visit the FTRF Web site.
Deadline to apply is Friday, April 8.