Church and Synagogue Library Association (CSLA) Student Membership

From CSLA:

The best kept secret in the Library World!

The Church and Synagogue Library Association, CSLA, was founded in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, in 1967, by a group of Church Librarians who felt they could benefit by sharing ideas and problems.

Today the Association has a diverse membership throughout the United States and Canada and its members thrive through annual national conferences,
an excellent journal, CLT (Congregational Libraries Today), and its own publications covering library mechanics and creative ideas.

If you plan to use your Library Science degree in a congregation/synagogue milieu you need to discover the benefits of CSLA!

Student Membership — Open to any student enrolled in a college or university program in librarianship. Dues are $20 for one year (January-December) and include an online subscription to Congregational Libraries Today.

Once a member you can apply for a $200 Fellowship toward the cost of attending the Annual Conference (Six available on a first come, first served basis)

Visit our web site at:

Contact person:

Maria Isabel Garcia
National Second Vice-President

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