2022 Scholarships Coming Soon
2021 Scholarship Details
Bloomsbury Digital Resources will select 2 applicants to receive a conference grant of $800 each. Application Deadline: October 18, 2021
Springer Nature is proud to honor the legacy of Cynthia Graham Hurd by sponsoring an annual scholarship for library employees to attend the Charleston Conference. Cynthia Graham Hurd was a librarian for over 31 years in Charleston public and academic libraries. She worked as the branch manager of the popular St. Andrews Regional Library, and as a part-time reference librarian at the College of Charleston. On June 17, 2015, her life ended when a lone gunman entered the historic Emanuel AME Church and killed nine people during a prayer meeting. Cynthia is remembered as a “tireless servant of the community who spent her life helping residents, making sure they had every opportunity for an education and personal growth.” Application deadline is October 18.
Applications are now being accepted for the Wiley Librarian Scholarship Award to the 2021 Charleston Library Conference; deadline is October 8, 2021.
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Recognizing that the voice of the early career librarian is critical to this conversation, Wiley would like to award one early career librarian with a $1,000 grant to attend the 2021 Charleston Library Conference. The Wiley Librarian Scholarship Awards will provide an Early Career Librarian with an opportunity to contribute four relevant, engaging blog posts to The Wiley Network in the coming months.
SAGE Publishing’s 2021 Photo Contest is now open for entries, asking academic librarians to submit a photograph depicting how their library demonstrates its impact across campus for the chance to win a travel and registration stipend for this year’s Charleston Conference. Apply by September 10. More Details
Charleston Conference Financial Hardship Scholarships are made possible by generous support from our sponsors, and are available by application as noted below. Additional scholarship details coming soon.
- must be a library or information sciences professional
- must fulfill one of the following criteria based on employment status:
- if furloughed: no funding is available from the employer
- if employed: no funding is available from the employer
- is unable to financially self-fund registration
The applicant will also be asked for the following information:
- presenting at 2020 Charleston Conference: yes/no
- name of current or former employer + contact information
- justification or additional information regarding employment status and funding availability
- any additional information the jury should consider
- First-come-first-served: applications are reviewed by a jury in the order they were received
- Decisions are at the discretion of the jury
- The Charleston Conference’s objective is to provide a reply within one week of the application
- If awarded, the applicant must accept the offer within 7 days of notifications
- Once accepted, the applicant will receive an enrollment code to complete the registration process
Please note that funding for reduced or no-charge registrations is limited, and designed to support those individuals with significant hardship. If you can afford to register, or have already registered, please consider letting others apply.