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Graphic: 2014 Finalist National Medal for Museum and Library Service

How has the library improved your life?
Share Your Story!

Post stories on the IMLS Facebook page anytime from March 3 – April 14. If you don’t have access to Facebook, email your story to pubinfo@lapl.org or use the form below. For more information call (213) 228-7555.


The Los Angeles Public Library is a finalist for the nation’s highest honor given to a library or museum: the National Medal awarded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS). The award is given to institutions in recognition of service to the community and for making a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities.

The IMLS wants to know the impact the Los Angeles Public Library has made on your life. Whether the library has helped you through its adult literacy program, citizenship workshops, money management and health resources, live homework help, Student Smart or its many other programs and resources, we hope you’ll share your story on the IMLS Facebook page, or use the following form:

 

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IMLS is recognizing our achievements in empowering our communities through innovative programs and services such as Path to Citizenship, Money Matters, Health Happens at the Library, Full STEAM Ahead, Student Smart, and Early Childhood and Adult Literacy programs. Click on each logo to find out more about these exciting initiatives. 

Literacy Logo      Health Matters logo        Path to Citizenhip Graphic

We Read Together logo    STAR program     Full STEAM Ahead Logo

Student Smart Logo                Money Matters Logo

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