Fallon Things Organized Neatly Giveaway!
Here are the rules and regs (basically, you need to be at least 18 years old and live in the US).
I am currently applying for this awesome week long continuing education opportunity this summer, and I have to respond to six essay questions demonstrating my strengths and potential in the library field.
I feel like this is just six pages of bragging and that is super awkward.
So, um, I’m pretty awesome?
When a patron tells me that their last library stayed open until 9pm. And had free color copies. And better DVD’s than our library. Um, good for your last library.
I had the privilege of attending a great workshop with a Baltimore, Maryland based group called FutureMakers. FutureMakers are a group of teachers/artists/scientists/crafters/learners/makers/doers that facilitate hands on learning experiences for children to make, explore and tinker. I can’t say enough awesome things about this group, if you are interested in anything makey or are looking for a fun way to venture into STEM or STEAM or STREAM you should definitely check them out.
FutureMakers has a lab in Baltimore and they also travel for library and homeschool workshops. They are currently offering amazing learning opportunities in Maryland, DC, and Northern Virginia and if you get the chance to see them in action you definitely don’t want to miss it!
If you are outside of the DC Metro area but still want in on the awesome you can check them out online at https://kidsmakethingsbetter.com/.
How storytime children look at me when they see me outside the library. The Elusive Miss Ellie seen outside of her natural habitat!