Communities: Caucuses

MLA caucuses are groups of members who coalesce around major themes of long-term concern to the membership, such as library specialties, or medical librarian activities and services. Caucuses may also coalesce around specialized or topical themes of concern, or affinity with specific groups.

Caucus members share information with each other and the general membership in order to educate, strategize, and further the aims of the Association. MLA’s caucuses play a big part in why members consider MLA their professional home. Caucuses are where members can gain advice, problem solve, expand their professional network and share ideas and resources that help them do their jobs better. Members also build friendships, find peer recognition, and sometimes add a little fun and laughter to their day while engaging with fellow caucus members.

MLA’s Community Council provides oversight and guidance in how MLA’s caucuses are created, organized, and governed.

MLA members may join any MLA caucus free of charge.

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