Nomination for Vice-President/President-Elect and a Secretary/Treasurer

The Southern California Technical Processes Group (SCTPG) is seeking nominations for two new board members: a Vice-President/President-Elect and a Secretary/Treasurer.

The Vice-President/President-Elect will hold that position from July 2015 to June 2016, then become the President from July 2016 to June 2017, and then Past President from July 2017 to June 2018. Throughout this term, s/he is responsible for board meetings, liaising with ALCTS, introducing speakers at workshops, and related duties.

The Secretary/Treasurer is elected for a two-year term: July 2015-June 2017. This board member is responsible for meeting minutes, overseeing the SCTPG finances, processing membership and workshop fees and related duties.

Please consider running for either of these offices or nominating one of your colleagues. We encourage librarians and paraprofessionals from all types of libraries to run, including those new to the profession or SCTPG. In the past few years SCTPG has been actively involved in RDA training and workshops, but we haven’t been exploring all of the other wonderful aspects of technical services. So if you work in acquisitions, serials, digital collections, processing, metadata, authority work, or any other aspect of TS, we encourage you to get involved!

Please contact me directly by August 31, 2015 if you are interested in running for either of these positions. Also, feel free to call me or email me if you have any further questions about the positions and duties.

John de La Fontaine, SCTPG President
(323) 259-2914

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