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I want to be a presenter at the library for a program. How can I get hired?

Last Updated: Jun 17, 2015  |  17 Views

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Thanks for asking! OPL welcomes program and presentation proposals from the public, qualified speakers, authors and performers. Your proposal will be reviewed by the library's programming committee. The programming committee evaluates each proposal based on how it supports the library's mission, the potential interest and benefit to library customers, the expertise and presentation skills of the speaker, and budgetary considerations. Please help them make an informed decision on your proposal by filling out this form. If that link doesn't work for any reason, you can also get to the form through the Contact Us section of our website. 

Again, we appreciate your interest! Please feel free to email back or call 402-444-4800 with questions, but the most important point of contact will be that proposal form. 

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