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A New Round of Library Support Staff Certification Registration Assistance Awards Offered by LSSIRT and Ten States
The Library Support Staff Certification (LSSC) Program is proud to announce that the Library Support Staff Interests Round Table (LSSIRT) as well as eleven state library agencies will be offering another round of financial assistance to library support staff applying …
The LSSC Program has 8 Approved Course Providers who offer stand-alone approved courses which fulfill various competency sets. Below is information on all of the Approved Courses and the Approved Course Providers. Prices for these courses can be found on …
Contact: Michele Alaniz
1) Associate in Science (AS)
2) Certificate of Achievement
Date of Agreement: February 2013
Retroactive date: June, 2011
*Students graduating from City College of San Francisco are …
Contact: Hara Brook
1) Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS)
2) Certificate of Completion
Date of Agreement: May, 2012
Retroactive date: January, 2010
*Students graduating from Highline are immediately eligible …
A New Round of Library Support Staff Certification Registration Assistance Awards Offered by LSSIRT and Seven States
Trish Palluck, Chair of the Library Support Staff Interests Round Table (LSSIRT) announced today that LSSIRT is offering another round of financial assistance …
There are two costs associated with achieving Library Support Staff Certification (LSSC). The first cost is the LSSC application and enrollment fee, which is $350 ($325 for ALA members), and the only cost that you will pay to ALA directly …
Entering the LSSC Program may be intimidating for LSS who may not have formal learning experiences. While the LSSC program is an individually based program, and candidates are not required to receive their supervisor’s permission to participate, we know that …
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Time: The LSSC certification is valid for four years. Certification holders must renew their certification before the end of their initial certification period and every four years thereafter.