Participate in The Minnesota Library Association (MLA) Institute for Leadership Excellence (MILE) 2017 — Leading for Life!
Are you currently in a leadership position?
Do you want to work towards entering a leadership position or role?
Do you find yourself providing leadership even though your official position might not be in leadership?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, MILE is for you! MILE is looking for applicants for the 2017 cohort and mentors. During the May 2-5, 2017 conference emerging library leaders from across the state learn about leadership.
More information, and applications for participants and mentors can be found on the MILE website.
Applications are due December 1, 2016. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity!
Interested in helping develop future library leaders?
MLA recently announced the 2015 class for the Minnesota Library Association Institute for Leadership Excellence (MILE). MLA is seeking applications from experienced library professionals who would like to contribute to the success of Minnesota libraries. Applicants are sought from all types of libraries, and with a range of professional experiences. This is a great opportunity to make a professional contribution while getting to know an enthusiastic and engaged MILE mentee.
More information about the mentorship program and the mentor application
MLA recently announced the 2015 class for the Minnesota Library Association Institute for Leadership Excellence (MILE)! The 25 selectees for this year’s class will meet their peers in a dynamic four-day retreat at beautiful Sugar Lake Lodge near Grand Rapids, MN from May 12-15, 2015. There they will learn about using improvisational humor and creative idea generation to foster approaches to problem solving and strategic planning, explore their personal strengths, and discover how they can be leaders no matter what their position in the library. Following the retreat, they will also benefit from having an 18-month mentorship with a current Minnesota library leader.
Congrats to the MILE 2015 class!
- Carolyn Avair, East Central Regional Library System
- Roxanne Backowski, St. Cloud State University
- Trent Brager, Minnesota School of Business-Rochester
- Adam Brisk, University of Minnesota-Duluth
- Julia Carlis, Dakota County Library
- Amelia Cohoes, Globe University
- Allison Girres, Pioneerland Library System
- Shelly Grace, SAMMIE
- Sarah Hawkins, East Central Regional Library System
- Stacey Hendren, Anoka County Library
- Kristin Jones, Carver County Library/Pioneerland Library System
- Richmond Kinney, Duluth Public Library
- Kelly Kraemer, College of St. Benedict | St. John’s University
- Stephanie Langer, Kitchigami Regional Library
- Rachel Lockman, Minneapolis Community & Technical College
- Sarah Lo Pinto, Washington County Library
- Anne Lundquist, Traverse des Sioux Library Cooperative
- Chris Magnusson. Arrowhead Library System
- Amy Mars, St. Catherine University
- Lisa Motschke, Scott County Library
- Jake Odland, Douglas County Library
- Michael Schnieder, Minnesota School of Business-Elk River
- Christie Schultz, Dakota County Library
- Jill Wujcik, Sanford-Brown College
- Jessica Zillhart, Anoka County Library
MILE — Minnesota’s Institute for Leadership Excellence is seeking both mentors and mentees for MILE 2015.
Apply today and …
- Develop and refine skills necessary to be a leader in the libraries of tomorrow.
- Develop and move forward on professional and personal goals.
- Network and make connections with colleagues in the broader community.
- Reflect on the variety of leadership opportunities available at the local, regional, and state levels.
The application deadline is December 1.