Lincoln Award Student Volunteer Form
This award is sponsored by Illinois School Library Media Association.

Thank you for offering to participate in selecting the titles that will be on next year's master list.

** Info for Student Readers **
~ Most of the work of the Reader Panel is done by email.
~ You must be able to attend a full-day spring selection meeting (usually the second Saturday in February in central Illinois).
~ Read 10 assigned titles, plus other nominated titles as time permits, and evaluate them.
~ Read reviews (provided for you) of all 75 semi-final nominated titles for the Lincoln Award.
~ You will receive your 10 assigned titles, the complete list of 75, and the reviews mid-October, and will have until early February to complete your reading/evaluations.
~ At the meeting you will participate with the adult and other student members of the Reader Panel in choosing the 20 final Lincoln Award nominees.
~ Preference is given to juniors and seniors.
~ This is a one-year commitment.

For more information on the program, visit http://islma.org/lincoln.htm

Email address
Name
Last Name, First
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Gender:
High School
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School City/Town
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Graduation Year
Example: 2018
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Preferred Email
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Preferred Phone
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Will you be able to attend the selection meeting the second Saturday in February?
The meeting is usually held in Central Illinois and generally lasts from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Why do you think you would make a good student reader for the Lincoln Award?
Have you participated in other reading award programs (like Rebecca Caudill)?
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Which teacher or librarian may we contact as your reference?
Type a full name and email address.
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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