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the BCTLA Awards ...

 

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association honours teacher-librarians for their outstanding commitment to school libraries and education. This dedication is evident by the range of awards given within BC and the BC recipients of external national recognition. MOST NOMINATIONS USUALLY DUE BY JUNE 1.


 

BC Teacher-Librarian of the Year - Diana Poole Memorial Award

The BC Teacher-Librarian of the Year - Diana Poole Memorial Award is the highest honour of the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association. The award honours practicing teacher-librarians who are making an outstanding contribution to teacher-librarianship at and beyond the school level in British Columbia. (Formerly The Diana Poole Memorial Award of Merit, BCTLA Award of Merit) (Fall Council, 1989, 1993, 1996; Spring Council 2009). 

Criteria:

Individuals nominated for the award should be demonstrating the planning and implementation of a school library program of such exemplary quality that it is serving as a model and inspiration for others. They must also be involved in one or more of the following areas:

  • Leadership and service to the profession through the BCTLA and related organizations.
  • Commitment to professional growth through continuing education, research, or participation in national organizations.
  • Sharing of ideas and resources through such means as workshops and publications.

Rules:

  • This award may be given annually by the BCTLA Executive Board and, if given, is to be presented at the annual BCTLA Conference.
  • Nominations for the BC Teacher-Librarian of the Year - Diana Poole Memorial Award should be sent to the BCTLA Secretary no later than June 1.
  • Nominations may be made by Chapters, members, subscribers, and non-members.
  • Nominees must be members of the BCTLA and be practicing school level teacher-librarians.
  • In order for the nomination to be valid, the Nomination and Standard Vitae forms must be used.
  • The BCTLA Executive shall adjudicate the award.
  • Criteria for selection will be determined as outlined on the required forms.
  • A maximum of two supporting letters may be included.
  • Nominations shall be considered for only the year in which they are received.

Nominations:

Complete the Nomination Form prior to the June 1 deadline.


BC Teacher-Librarian of the Year - Diana Poole Memorial Award

2016 - Dayna Hart, Central Okanagan
2015 - Misty Smith, Central Okanagan
2014 - Val Martineau, Nanaimo-Ladysmith
2013 - Deb Cowland, Langley
2012 - Moira Ekdahl, Vancouver
2011 - Sylvia Zubke, Vancouver
2010 - Karen Ferguson, Coquitlam
2009 - Karen Lindsay, Greater Victoria


The Diana Poole Memorial Award of Merit

2008 - Michele Farquharson, Vancouver
2007 - Patricia Finlay, Burnaby
2006 - Sheilagh Martin, North Vancouver and Pat Kirkey, Westbank
2005 - was not awarded
2004 - Tiiu Noukas, Prince George
2003 - Odie Kaplan, Burnaby
2002 - Val Hamilton, Vancouver
2001 - Joan Eaton, Westbank
2000 - Dianne Driscoll, Coquitlam
1999 - Jim Holgate, Surrey
1998 - Pat Parungao, Vancouver
1997 - Penny Bland, Maple Ridge


BCTLA Award of Merit

1996 - Noreen Grobowsky, Richmond
1995 - Sharon Bede, Kelowna
1994 - Kay Treadgold, Kelowna
1993 - Joan Wilby, Coquitlam
1992 - Valerie Dare, Vancouver
1990 - Barbara Hall, Prince George
1989 - Peggy Beck, Vancouver
1988 - Joan Harper, Vancouver
1983 - Don Rahrick


 

BC New Teacher-Librarian of the Year Award

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association honours practicing new teacher-librarians who are making an outstanding contribution to teacher-librarianship at and beyond the school level in British Columbia. (AGM, 2009). 

Criteria:

Individuals with less than five years experience as a currently practicing teacher-librarian nominated for the award should be demonstrating the planning and implementation of a school library program and/or of school library services of such exemplary quality that either or both is serving as a model and inspiration for others. They should also be involved in one or more of the following areas:

  • Leadership and service to the profession through the BCTLA and related organizations.
  • Commitment to professional growth through continuing education, research, or participation in national organizations.
  • Sharing of ideas and resources through such means as workshops and publications.

Rules:

  • This award may be given annually by the BCTLA Executive and, if given, is to be presented at the BCTLA Conference.
  • Nominations for the BC New Teacher-Librarian of the Year Award should be sent to the BCTLA Secretary no later than June 1.
  • Nominations may be made by Chapters, members, subscribers, and non-members.
  • Nominees must be members of the BCTLA and have less than five years experience as currently practicing school or district-based teacher-librarians.
  • In order for the nomination to be valid, the Nomination and Standard Vitae forms must be used.
  • The BCTLA Executive shall adjudicate the award.
  • Criteria for selection will be determined as outlined on the required forms.
  • A maximum of two supporting letters may be included.
  • Nominations shall be considered for only the year in which they are received.

Nominations:

Complete the Nomination Form prior to the June 1 deadline.

 

BC New Teacher-Librarian of the Year Award

2016 - Dominique Sullivan, Nanaimo-Ladysmith
2015 - was not awarded
2014 -
Nicole Aerts, Greater Victoria

2013 - Carmen Yamashita, Vancouver
2012 - Tammy Reynolds, Nanaimo-Ladysmith
2011 - Nicola Kuhn, Rossland
2010 - Tu Loan Trieu, Coquitlam


 

Val Hamilton Lifetime Achievement Award

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association recognizes the commitment and achievement of teacher-librarians who have made outstanding contributions to teacher-librarianship, school libraries, and/or the BCTLA. (AGM, 2008). 

Criteria:

The award may be presented annually by the BCTLA for an outstanding, substantial and recognizable long-standing contribution to the BCTLA, school libraries, or teacher-librarianship.

Rules:

  • This award may be given annually by the BCTLA Executive Board and, if given, is to be presented at the annual BCTLA Conference.
  • Nominations for the Val Hamilton Lifetime Achievement Award should be sent to the BCTLA Secretary no later than June 1.
  • Nominations may be made by BCTLA Chapters or by individual members and subscribers.
  • Nominees may be practicing or retired school or district-based teacher-librarians.
  • In order for the nomination to be valid, the Nomination form must be used.
  • The BCTLA Executive shall adjudicate the award.
  • Nominations shall be considered for only the year in which they are received.

Nominations:

Complete the Nomination Form prior to the June 1 deadline.


Val Hamilton Lifetime Achievement Award

2016 - Alison Hewitt, Langley, and Lindsay Ross, Greater Victoria
2015 - Bonnie Chapman, Surrey
2014 -
Marilyn Richardson, Langley
2013 - Veronica Allan, Cowichan Valley
2012 - Bonnie McComb, Saanich
2011 - was not awarded
2010 - Sharon Scott, Vancouver, and Margaret Litch, Nanaimo-Ladysmith
2009 - Judith Kootte, Richmond


 

BCTLA Honorary Life Membership Award

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association recognizes the commitment and achievement of teacher-librarians who have made outstanding contributions to the BCTLA.

Criteria:

The award may be presented by the BCTLA Executive to individuals who have made an outstanding, substantial and recognizable long-standing contribution to the BCTLA.

Rules:

  • This award may be presented at any time in a year by the BCTLA Executive Board and, if given, may be presented at a time and place at the discretion of the Executive Board.
  • Nominations may be made by BCTLA Chapters or by individual members and subscribers.
  • Letters nominating individuals for the BCTLA Honorary Life Membership Award should be sent to the BCTLA Secretary.
  • Nominees may be practicing or retired school or district-based teacher-librarians.
  • Nominees must be eligible for BCTLA membership.
  • The BCTLA Executive shall adjudicate the award.
  • Nominations shall be considered for only the year in which they are received.

Nominations:

Complete the Nomination Form.


BCTLA Honorary Life Membership

2012 - Don Hamilton, Victoria
2012 - Bonnie McComb, Saanich
2009 - Lynn Turner, Terrace
2007 - Val Hamilton, Vancouver
2002 - Liz Austrom, Vancouver
1989 - Grace Funk, Vernon
1989 - Glen Pinch, Langley
1989 - Gordon Stubbs, UBC Department of School Librarianship
1983 - John Church, Vancouver, BCTF, also a Vancouver truste

Grace D'Arcy, Parksville/Qualicum
Mel Rainey, UBC Department of School Librarianship
Frances Sbrocchi, Kamloops
Elsie Wagner, Past BCTLA President
Florence Willson, Prince George


 


BCTLA President's Award

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association recognizes the commitment and achievement of teacher-librarians who have made outstanding contributions.

Criteria:

The award may be presented by the BCTLA President to honour outstanding teacher-librarians for their work and contributions. 

Rules:

  • This award may be presented at any time in a year at the discretion of the BCTLA Executive Board and, if given, may be presented at a time and place at the discretion of the Executive Board.
  • Suggestions for nominations should be sent to the BCTLA President.
  • The BCTLA Executive shall adjudicate the award.
  • Nominations shall be considered for only the year in which they are received.

Nominations:

Forward suggestions for nominations to the BCTLA President (contact information).


BCTLA President's Award

2012 - Val Hamilton, Vancouver
2011 - Al Smith, Kelowna


 

BCTLA Distinguished Service Award

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association recognizes the efforts of individuals other than practicing, non-practicing or retired teacher-librarians who have made an outstanding contribution in support of effective school library resource centre programs in British Columbia.  (April 2004). 

Criteria:

The award may be presented annually by the BCTLA for outstanding service in support of teacher-librarianship. The contribution made by the recipient(s) of the award should be:

  • (a) outstanding in its own field;
  • (b) altruistic; and
  • (c) significant in terms of the continuing history of school library service.

Consideration will be given to projects which have been completed in the previous year; or to a continuum of activities extending over a longer period and which have, currently, a positive impact on school library service at the individual school, district, provincial or national level.

Rules:

  • This award may be given annually by the BCTLA.
  • Nominations for the BCTLA Distinguished Service Award should be sent to the BCTLA Secretary no later than June 1.
  • Nominations may be made by BCTLA Chapters or by individual members and subscribers.
  • Nominees must not be current, non-practicing or retired teacher-librarians.
  • The BCTLA Executive shall adjudicate the award.
  • Nominations shall be considered for only the year in which they are received.

Nominations:

Complete the Nomination Form prior to the June 1 deadline.


BCTLA Distinguished Service Award

2016 - was not awarded
2015 - was not awarded
2014 - was not awarded

2013 - Gloria Morton, Manager, Learning Resources, Surrey
2012 - was not awarded
2011 - Greg Smith, President, BC Social Studies Teachers' Association
2010 - Doug Ibbott, former District Principal, Burnaby
2009 - Ross Davidson, Coquitlam Principal and founder, Hogwild About Reading
2008 - was not awarded
2007 - Robyn McKay, Nanaimo
2006 - was not awarded
2005 - BC Coalition for School Libraries (Leo Ferry), Jo-Anne Naslund, Karin Paul
2004 - was not awarded
2003 - John Caldwell, Don Hamilton, Judith Reid
2002 - Dr. Marlene Asselin, Coordinator of the Teacher-Librarian Program, UBC
2001 - was not awarded
2000 - Murray Peterson
1999 - Margaret Reynolds, Executive Director, Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia
1998 - was not awarded
1997 - Ed Coleman, Quesnel
1996 - was not awarded
1995 - Michael Middleditch, Nelson Principal
1994 - Dr. Art Tindall, Surrey
1993 - Lawrence Lavender, Director of Instruction & Coordinator of the DRC, Creston
1992 - Barb Dean, Prince George Public Library
1991 - Thora Howell, Nanaimo bookstore owner
1990 - Lynn Shoop
1989 - Ken Haycock
1988 - was not awarded
1987 - was not awarded
1986 - was not awarded
1985 - Angela Thacker




Ken Haycock Professional Development Grant

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association recognizes the need to further the professional development of a member of the BCTLA by giving a grant to be used for any credit or non-credit course, workshop, conference or program in the field of teacher-librarianship. This grant is not to exceed $350.00. (April 2004). 

Eligibility:

To be eligible for the Ken Haycock Professional Development Grant an applicant must be:

  • A Canadian citizen.
  • A resident of British Columbia.
  • A member of the BCTLA. Prospective applicants who are not BCTLA members may obtain membership by contacting the BCTF.
  • A holder of a valid BC Teaching Certificate.

Terms:

  • Use the grant monies within 12 months of presentation.
  • Submit an article to The Bookmark.
  • The maximum amount of this grant shall be the lesser of:
    • (a) reimbursement for approved costs borne by the successful applicant; or
    • (b) $350, which will be considered a full grant.
  • Receive payment of the grant monies upon proof of completion of the course, workshop, conference, or program; submission of costs; and submission of the article to The Bookmark.

Applications:

A complete application shall consist of:

  • A completed and signed application form.
  • A statement of purpose for taking the course, workshop, conference or program.
  • An outline of the course, workshop, conference or program.
  • Two letters of reference.

Selection Process:

The recipient(s) of the grant shall be selected by the Executive Board. If a grant is given the decision will be made in June and the successful nominee(s) will be recognized.

Applications:

Complete the Application Form prior to the June 1 deadline.


Ken Haycock Professional Development Grant

2016 - Janet Mumford, Richmond
2015 - Janis Bridger, New Westminster, and Kim Riddick, Delta
2014 -
Sheri Kinney, Cowichan Valley

2013 - April Hilland, Maple Ridge
2012 - Pat Parungao, Vancouver
2011 - April Hilland, Maple Ridge
2010 - Cheriee Weichl, Vancouver
2009 - Chris Evans, Vancouver
2008 - Moira Ekdahl, Vancouver
2007 - Iris Mennie, Nanaimo
2006 - Janet Mumford, Richmond
2005 - Mary Locke, Vancouver
2004 - Rick Mulholland, Mission
2003 - Sarah Wethered, New Westminster
2002 - Donna Lee, Vancouver
2001 - was not awarded
2000 - was not awarded
1999 - Faye Meek, Maple Ridge
1998 - was not awarded
1997 - Gail Crawford, Delta
1996 - was not awarded
1995 - was not awarded
1994 - was not awarded
1993 - was not awarded
1992 - Teresa Brinton, Kelowna
1991 - Jack Allen, Vancouver
1990 - was not awarded
1989 - Lina D'Onofrio, Vancouver


 

BCTLA Representative Speaker Grant

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association recognizes the need to share the expertise of BCTLA members with other institutions, organizations and associations by giving a grant to be used to represent the BCTLA as a speaker/facilitator at a course, workshop, conference, or program other than the annual BCTLA conference. This grant is not to exceed $350.00.  (April 2010). 

Eligibility:

To be eligible for the BCTLA Representative Speaker Grant an applicant must be:

  • A Canadian citizen.
  • A resident of British Columbia.
  • A member of the BCTLA. Prospective applicants who are not BCTLA members may obtain membership by contacting the BCTF.
  • A holder of a valid BC Teaching Certificate.
  • Not already receiving a fee, salary or an honorarium for their speaking/facilitating services.

Terms:

  • Use the grant monies within 12 months of presentation.
  • Submit an article to The Bookmark.
  • With the addition of—at the complete discretion of the BCTLA Executive—release time, the maximum amount of this grant shall be the lesser of:
    • (a) reimbursement for any registration or tuition fees and travel costs borne by the applicant, and $50, which will be considered an honorarium; or
    • (b) $350, which will be considered a full grant.
  • Receive payment of the grant monies upon proof of attendance as a speaker/facilitator at course, workshop, conference, or program other than the annual BCTLA conference; submission of costs; and submission of the article to The Bookmark.

Applications:

A complete application shall consist of:

  • A completed and signed application form.
  • A statement of purpose for representing the BCTLA as a speaker/facilitator at a course, workshop, conference, or program other than the BCTLA conference, including needs such as release times costs and an explanation of how the member’s representation of BCTLA at the event will have positive impacts for school libraries and teacher-librarianship and will enable the BCTLA to meet our goals.
  • An outline of the course, workshop, conference or program.
  • Two letters of reference.

Selection Process:

The recipient(s) of the grant shall be selected by the Executive Board. If a grant is given the decision will be made in June and the successful nominee(s) will be recognized.

Applications:

Complete the Application Form prior to the June 1 deadline.


BCTLA Representative Speaker Grant

2016 - was not awarded
2015 - was not awarded
2014 - was not awarded

2013 - Jeff Yasinchuk, Kootenay Lake
2012 - Moira Ekdahl, Vancouver
2011 - was not awarded


 

William H. Scott Memorial BCTLA Conference Grant

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association recognizes the need to further the professional development of a member or subscriber of the BCTLA by giving a grant to be used to attend the annual BCTLA Conference. This grant is not to exceed $350.00. (April 2009). 

Eligibility:

To be eligible for the William H. Scott Memorial BCTLA Conference Grant an applicant must be:

  • A Canadian citizen or landed immigrant.
  • A resident of British Columbia.
  • A member of the BCTLA. Prospective applicants who are not BCTLA members may obtain membership by contacting the BCTF.

Terms:

  • Nominations for the William H. Scott Memorial BCTLA Conference Grant should be sent to the BCTLA Secretary no later than October 1.
  • Use the grant monies for the current BCTLA Conference.
  • Submit an article to The Bookmark.
  • The maximum amount of this grant shall be the lesser of:
    • (a) reimbursement for the amount of the annual BCTLA Conference registration fee and travel costs; or
    • (b) $350, which will be considered a full grant.
  • Receive payment of the grant monies upon proof of attendance at the annual BCTLA Conference; and submission of the article to The Bookmark.

Applications:

A complete application shall consist of:

  • A completed and signed application form.

Selection Process:

The recipient(s) of the grant shall be selected by the Executive Board. If a grant is given the decision will be made in October and the successful nominee(s) will be recognized.

Applications:

Complete the Application Form prior to the June 1 deadline.


William H. Scott Memorial BCTLA Conference Grant

2016 - Beth Chng, Prince George
2015 - was not awarded
2014 - was not awarded
2013 - was not awarded
2012 - was not awarded
2011 - was not awarded
2010 - was not awarded


 

BCTLA Chapter Grant Program

The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association recognizes the need to encourage professional development, teacher inquiry, mentorship and resource development within Chapters of the BCTLA. Each year the BCTLA Chapter Grant Program will provide funding to local Chapters to engage in activities and initiatives which will have positive impacts for school libraries and teacher-librarianship and will enable the BCTLA to meet our goals. 

Eligibility:

To be eligible for a grant, a Chapter must be:

  • An active, registered Chapter within the BCTLA.
  • An active participant in Council Meetings.
  • Up-to-date with Chapter reports and all required documentation for the BCTLA.

Terms:

The recipient Chapter(s) shall:

  • Ensure that the proposed activities are of maximum benefit to all its members.
  • Ensure that the monies be spent as much as possible to support BCTLA members.
  • Provide, if asked, copies of receipts to the Treasurer of the BCTLA as proof of appropriate use of the grant monies.
  • Communicate findings in an appropriate manner in order to share learnings and products resulting from use of the grant monies with other teacher-librarians in B.C.

Applications:

A complete application shall consist of:

  • A completed and signed application form.
  • A statement of eligibility.
  • A statement of purpose.
  • The proposed plan, including the amount requested.

Selection Process:

  • Chapter grant applications may be submitted throughout the year.
  • The recipient Chapter(s) shall be selected by the BCTLA Executive Board.
  • The Executive may approve none, all or some portion of the amount requested.
  • Selection shall be based on the quality of the proposal and the potential for the proposed activities to positively impact upon school libraries and to enable the BCTLA to meet our goals.
  • Grant monies shall be awarded to selected applications on a first-come, first-served basis until the grant funding is exhausted in the year.

Submissions:

Submit application forms and attachments to the BCTLA Secretary (contact information).

Required Forms:


BCTLA Chapter Grant Program

2016 -
2015 - was not awarded
2014 -
Surrey Chapter of the BCTLA
2013 - was not awarded
2012 - was not awarded
2011 - Langley Chapter #35 and Delta Chapter #37
2010 - New Westminster Chapter #40 and Kootenay Lake Chapter #8


William H. Scott Memorial Award

2009 - Langley Chapter #35
2008 - was not awarded
2007 - was not awarded
2006 - was not awarded
2005 - was not awarded
2004 - was not awarded
2003 - was not awarded
2002 - was not awarded
2001 - Howe Sound Chapter #17
2000 - was not awarded
1999 - was not awarded
1998 - Delta Chapter #37
1997 - Quesnel Chapter #28
1996 - was not awarded
1995 - was not awarded
1994 - Delta Chapter #37
1993 - Northern Lights Chapter - Peace River North #60

 

Regional BCTLA Conference Grant

In most years, the BC Teachers' Federation provides a limited number of $3,000 Regional Conference Support Grants to support PSA conferences held outside the Lower Mainland and/or outside Southern Vancouver Island. The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association encourages Chapters to organize Regional BCTLA Conferences in addition to the October BCTLA Conference. The BCTLA invites Chapters to request that BCTLA apply to to the BCTF for a Regional Conference Support Grant on their behalf.

Eligibility:

To be eligible to request that BCTLA apply for a grant, a Chapter must be:

  • An active, registered Chapter within the BCTLA.
  • An active participant in Council Meetings.
  • Up-to-date with Chapter reports and all required documentation for the BCTLA.

Terms:

Availability of the grant:

  1. BCTLA may be eligible for only one Regional Conference Grant in a year.
  2. BCTLA and/or the interested Chapter may join with another PSA for the conference, however the joint conference will only be eligible for one grant. 
  3. Two-thirds of the grant will be released by BCTF on approval of the grant application and the final third of the money will be released once the conference report is received by the BCTF.

The receipient Chapter(s) shall:

  • With support from BCTLA’s Conference Chair, make all arrangements for the Regional BCTLA Conference including securing additional funding beyond the $3,000 grant.
  • Hold the conference within the school year outside the Lower Mainland (east of Chilliwack and Mission) and/or outside Southern Vancouver Island (held in Nanaimo and north).
  • Include participants from more than one school district in the conference.
  • Print the following on the conference agenda: We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of this conference by the B.C. Teachers’ Federation.
  • After the conference, submit a report through BCTLA’s Conference Chair to the BCTF including a copy of the conference agenda, information regarding the number of participants attending the conference and a summary of evaluation forms completed by conference attendees.

Applications:

A complete request to BCTLA shall consist of:

  • A completed and signed Request Form.
  • The proposed conference plan (see Request Form for required details).

Selection Process:

Requests may be submitted throughout the year but must be received well in advance of the proposed conference date. The Executive may or may not approve the request and selection shall be based on the quality of the proposal.  Please note that even with BCTLA’s approval, BCTF may or may not approve the grant.

Submissions:

Submit request forms and attachments to the BCTLA Coordinator, Conference Committee (contact information).

Required Forms:

 

BCTLA New Teacher/TTOC Conference Grant

In most years, the B.C. Teachers’ Federation provides a limited number of $500 Local/PSA New Teacher Conference Grants to support the organization of conferences which include “a significant component for new teachers and teachers teaching on call”.  The British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association encourages Chapters to organize New Teacher Conferences in addition to the October BCTLA Conference.  The BCTLA invites Chapters to request that BCTLA apply for to BCTF for a Local/PSA New Teacher Conference Grant on their behalf.

Eligibility:

To be eligible to request that BCTLA apply for a grant, a Chapter must be:

  • An active, registered Chapter within the BCTLA.
  • An active participant in Council Meetings.
  • Up-to-date with Chapter reports and all required documentation for the BCTLA.

Terms:

Availability of the grant:

To be eligible for the grant, a proposed conference plan is required, which must include the following information:

  • Conference date(s)
  • Conference location
  • Expected number of attendees
  • Conference title or theme
  • Focus or component designed for new teachers (conference program/outline)

The receipient Chapter(s) shall:

  • With support from BCTLA’s Conference Chair, make all arrangements for the BCTLA New Teacher Conference including securing additional funding beyond the $500 grant.
  • After the conference, submit a report through BCTLA’s Conference Chair to the BCTF including financial information and information regarding the number of participants attending the conference.

Applications:

A complete request to BCTLA shall consist of:

  • A completed and signed Request Form.
  • The proposed conference plan (see Request Form for required details).

Selection Process:

Requests may be submitted throughout the year but must be received well in advance of the proposed conference date. The Executive may or may not approve the request and selection shall be based on the quality of the proposal.  Please note that even with BCTLA’s approval, BCTF may or may not approve the grant.

Submissions:

Submit request forms and attachments to the BCTLA Coordinator, Conference Committee (contact information).

Required Forms:

 


 

 

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