The Leadership Challenge and the ECLL Capstone project bring together librarians from all over California to develop solutions to the issues important to their communities and help empower the residents of the most diverse state in the country. These leadership teams of library employees from across California work together to research an issue and potential solutions, identify existing or model programs, and developing toolkits, white papers, or other reports that can be used to drive future action. Please use the links below to access the projects from each year.
A BIG thank you to all participants for their work and commitment to serving our communities.
Project titles/topics include: Safe Neurodivergent Spaces in Libraries, Know Your Neighbors, Social Work Through Your Library, Mis-/Dis-Information Bystander , Deconstructing Diversity Mentorship, Welcoming Spaces: LGBTQIA+, Libraries Improve Food Security,Assessing Community Needs, Lost Connections: (Re)Building Relationships for Life.
Project titles/topics include: Search, Find, Make Up Your OWN Mind, Ready Access: Reentry Services for Decarcerated Populations, Learning from the Pandemic: Using Trauma-Informed Approach in Post-Pandemic Programing, CA Librarians Small Business Toolkit, Bridging the Digital Divide Post Covid, Becoming Inclusive Community Hubs: EDI Work for Public Libraries.
Project titles/Topics covered include: Census 2020, Diversity in the Profession, Early Childhood Education, New Service Models
For more information about Developing Leaders in California Libraries and leadership learning opportunities, please visit the CALL Academic website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.