Nomination period extended for the 2014 Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award

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For Immediate Release

Tue, 09/02/2014


Campaign for America's Libraries

New deadline: Sept. 24

NEW YORK — The nomination period for the 2014 Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian award has been extended to better accommodate nominations for school, college, university and community college librarians. 

Nominations will now run through Wednesday, Sept. 24, and are being accepted online at  

Nominations are open to public, school, college, university and community college librarians. Up to 10 librarians will be selected. Each librarian will receive a $5,000 cash award, a plaque and a travel stipend to attend the awards ceremony and reception in New York City, hosted by The

New York Times.

Each nominee must be a librarian with a master’s degree from a program accredited by the ALA in library and information studies or a master’s degree with a specialty in school library media from an educational unit accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher

Education.  Nominees must be currently working in the United States in a public library, a library at an accredited two- or four-year college or university or at an accredited K-12 school.

In the award’s first six years, library supporters nationwide have sent in more than 13,000 nominations for their librarians. A total of 60 librarians have won the award to date. To learn about past award winners, please visit

Carnegie Corporation of New York has provided ALA funding to administer the national award. The New York Times supports the award through ads in the newspapers and The award is a collaborative program of Carnegie Corporation of New York, The New York Times and the American Library Association.

Carnegie Corporation of New York is a philanthropic foundation created by Andrew Carnegie in 1911 to do “real and permanent good in this world.”

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