As many of you have been hearing about this last month, YALSA is conducting a survey to see how to better serve teen advocates and teens. But, they cannot do it alone-They need your input!

Many services and projects have come out of the past surveys, and YALSA is hoping to accomplish even more after the completion of this survey.

You may be saying, “Well, my one voice doesn’t make a difference.” But, you need to realize many of the existing programs and services came from just one person who raised his or her voice with a good idea. All it takes is one person, one person to start to initiate change and action within the organization.

But, unfortunately, today is the deadline-the last day you have to complete the survey-to let your voices and ideas be heard! It only takes 10-15 minutes of your time. And, just think, your one idea or suggestion could lead to helping hundreds of young adult advocates from all over.

And, if that isn’t enough of an’  incentive to complete the survey, YALSA is offering one lucky winner, who submits their email address at the end of the survey, the opportunity to win a free group registration (Valued at $195) for an upcoming educational webinar.

You can access the survey in the following ways:

Current members:
Former members:

Your voice does count! Your voice does matter! Speak out and let it be heard today!!!!

About Krista McKenzie

I am a Children's Specialist at the Ruth Enlow Library in Garrett County, Maryland. I work with kids from the ages of 0 to 18 and am also a reference librarian. In addition, I am member of the YALSA Legislative Committee, and the Children's Services Division of the Maryland Library Association.

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