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Scholarships & Grants




Scholarship awards are given to students enrolled in graduate programs in school librarianship or instructional technology, or in school library certification programs. Please see application instructions for more information.
Due – January 15
The LISA Grant
The LISA Grant is a grant to enhance professional development and improve the expertise of school librarians, and to increase the financial assistance to MASL regions to help plan in-depth professional opportunities for region members.
Due - September 15

Call to Spring Conference Grant

The Call to Spring Conference Grant is a monetary award to a 1st or 2nd year Missouri school library media specialist who has not previously attended a MASL Spring Conference. 
Due – Fall Seminar Registration Deadline

The Friend of School Libraries Award is granted to individuals or agencies who have provided sustained or exemplary service to library media services in Missouri.
Due – November 1
The Special Service Award is a citation awarded to a MASL member who has rendered significant service to MASL and/or school libraries.
Due – November 1
The MASL Service Award for School Administrators recognizes a school administrator who has made a significant contribution toward furthering the role of the school library media center.
Due – November 15
The Bright Idea Award honors a MASL member who has initiated innovative ideas for a school library media program.
Due – November 15
TLC (Teacher/Librarian Collaboration) Award
The Teacher/Librarian Collaboration Award honors a teacher and librarian who have exhibited excellence in working collaboratively.
Due – November 15
First Spring Conference Opportunity Grant
Never been to a MASL Spring Conference?  Interested in going?  Concerned about the cost?  Apply for a grant to cover the cost of your registration!
Due -- November 15
This grant recognizes Lynne Stype's devotion to service as well as her interest in professional development for both herself and others.
Due – December 1
The Intellectual Freedom Award is presented to an individual or group who has supported intellectual freedom in school libraries.
Due – December 15
The Progressive School Library Media Program Award recognizes a school library media program that supports the total educational environment of the school.
Due – December 15

Nominations/Applications Should Be Sent to:
Missouri Association of School Librarians
P.O. Box 2107
Jefferson City, MO 65102


Click here to access the general grants and awards nomination form which can be submitted online.  The MASL Office will then contact the nominee for additional information specific to the award or grant.

For additional information or assistance, please contact the MASL office at (573) 893-4155 or via e-mail.
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