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Membership Benefits

VSLA Advocates for:

  • Children, Families, and Diversity in Literature

  • Access of information for all children

  • Action oriented literacy-based community service at the local, state, and international levels

Professional Organization:

  • Membership in a professional organization that advocates for literacy education

  • Automatic membership in a Local Chapter

  • Professional development opportunities

  • Access to a network of resources

  • Opportunity to attend the Virginia State Literacy Conference

  • Social networking opportunities-Facebook, Twitter

  • Members Only portal on website with access to resources, research

  • Work with others who share your passion for promoting literacy

  • Email updates; digital access to the Reading in Virginia journal

Members are Eligible for:

  • Reduced registration fee for VSLA Conference

  • VSLA Administrators in Reading-$175

  • VSLA Adult-Intergenerational Award-$125

  • VSLA Carmelita Williams Graduate Scholarship-$2500

  • VSLA Community Service Award-$600

  • VSLA International Scholarship-Two scholarships $225 each

  • VSLA James D. Mullins Leadership Award (Administrator)

  • VSLA Ofie T. Rubin Reading Teacher of the Year-$1000

  • VSLA Teachers as Readers Grant-$500

  • VSLA Teacher Researchers Grant

  • VSLA Technology and Reading Award

  • VSLA Undergraduate/Graduate Scholarships-2 undergraduate and two graduate $500 each

  • VSLA Young Writers Grant- $700

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