School Library Journal Leadership Basecamp: Boston

Jump-start your 2019/2020 school year!

Join us for these impactful and inspirational PD opportunities!

Discount available when you attend both.


Monday, August 12th, 2019 | Registration opens at 8:00 AM | Program Ends 5:00 PM


School Library Journal’s Leadership Basecamp is a full-day, intensive professional development program designed to foster the next generation of librarians working with children and teens who are ready to accelerate their path to leadership, and want to upskill to meet their goals.

Through keynote speeches, small-group sessions, and practical, hands-on workshops, attendees learn from current industry professionals and subject matter experts how to enhance their skills, innovate in their own institutions and more effectively engage with your community and beyond.

Participants will engage with a faculty of innovative education leaders to explore a range of topics including building an impactful library program, taking the lead on tech, diversifying collections, aligning with standards and school goals, information literacy, developing strategic partnerships, and much more.

If you are ready to take the next step professionally, this program is for you. 


Work with a faculty of innovative education leaders to explore a range of topics including:

  • information privilege and equity
  • community engagement and strategic partnerships
  • unlearning to learn
  • establishing a culture of reading
  • becoming a library leader
  • diversifying your collections
  • building an impactful library program, and much more



Special group pricing is available. Attend with a team from your school or school district for a unique team building experience. Contact us today to learn more.

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