PARTNERS

Network of the National Library of Medicine

Our PartnersCSLP is partnering with the Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) to help bring outstanding health related programming to public libraries. An Ad Hoc Committee, with members from both organizations, has been formed to create a health focused addendum to the 2019 Summer Reading Program Manual. This addendum will provide programming ideas and resources for summer reading programs, primarily focusing on teen, adult, and family programs.

This partnership is also working on the goal of connecting public libraries to their Regional Medical Libraries. By working together, we will help empower librarians to help build healthier communities.

Brag Tags by School Life

Our Partners

CSLP and School Life share the belief that reading is the key to educational and developmental success. School Life helps build strong independent reading habits by motivating, encouraging, and recognizing reading goals and achievements with Brag Tags®. For 25 years, educators have used Brag Tags by School Life with great success. Students are eager to earn and collect Brag Tags to wear on a ball chain necklace, or hang from backpacks as a proud symbol of accomplishment.

STICKTOGETHER

Our Partners
CSLP is partnering with StickTogether to offer two Tails and Tales sticker kits for the 2021 Summer Program. These kits make a great passive activity for your patrons. They can be found here:

CLSP 2021 Tails and Tales Collection
https://letsticktogether.com/collections/cslp-tails-tales

How to fit StickTogether into your Summer Reading Program? Use it as an easy, relaxing icebreaker to build excitement at the beginning of the Summer OR use it as a reward for attendance or books read. There are ~4,000 stickers per poster, so you create a reward system that works for your patrons and timing.

Let’s ALL StickTogether to make CSLP 2021 Tails and Tales a community-wide success!

READ ALOUD 15 MINUTES NATIONAL CAMPAIGN

Our Partners

Read Aloud 15 MINUTES National Campaign believes that when every child is read aloud to every day for at least 15 minutes, from birth to age 8, we will change the face of education in our nation.

Read Aloud 15 MINUTES National Campaign is proud to co-brand a parent handout and summer reading list with our National Leadership Partner SCLP. Together we will encourage all parents to visit their local library and participate in summer learning activities.

Link to Read Aloud- CSLP Parent Handout- English
Link to Read Aloud- CSLP Parent Handout- Spanish
Link to Read Aloud-CSLP book list

Read Aloud has more than 10,000 partners across all 50 states including libraries, schools, day care providers, businesses, health care providers, and non-profits who share our campaign messages with the parents their organization reaches during our three campaign pulses; in March, July, and October each year.

Join our campaign today. It’s easy and it’s free.
You can learn more and sign-up as a partner at:

https://www2.readaloud.org/cslp

To learn more about the why and how of our national campaign, please view our “Why A National Campaign” video.

STAR_Net

Our Partners

The STAR Library Education Network (STAR_Net) is a hands-on learning network for libraries and their communities across the country. STAR_Net focuses on helping library professionals build their STEM skills by providing “science-technology activities and resources” (STAR) and training to use those resources. You are invited to join this FREE network to share success stories through the STAR_Net blog, participate in webinars, and receive the STAR_Net online newsletter. Find hands-on STEM activities for all age levels and related resources through the STEM Activity Clearinghouse. STAR_Net is built upon a strong network of collaborators and partners, led by the Space Science Institute’s (SSI) National Center for Interactive Learning (NCIL).

STAR_Net Social Media: Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest

PARTNERSHIP STATEMENT

CSLP views partnerships as two organizations working together to achieve a common goal. These collaborations develop organically over time, and allows both sides opportunities to make meaningful contributions. These relationships are mutually beneficial and can be formed to meet long or short term goals.

Our partnership needs change from program year to program year depending on the theme and strategic priorities and are reviewed periodically. If your organization is interested in partnering with CSLP, please send an email to our Organizational Coordinator at Luke.Kralik@cslpreads.org

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