OCULA Ambassador Program
OCULA Ambassadors are OLA members working in university and college libraries in Ontario who serve as liaisons between their institutional constituents and OCULA council. Ambassadors play a crucial role in increasing participation and engagement amongst OCULA’s broader membership, streamlining communication and ensuring all members have a voice. If you are interested in becoming the OCULA Ambassador for your institution, please contact Jack Young or Andrew Colgoni.

OLA Super Conference Planners
Super Conference planners coordinate the program planning and operation of OLA’s annual conference. The OCULA division maintains two Super Conference planner positions (one college and one university). These planners are responsible for providing updates at quarterly council meetings and reporting financial and program results of the conference at the spring meeting of the OLA Board of Directors. There are lots of opportunities for OCULA members to get involved during Super Conference such as volunteering to be a convener for one of your colleagues sessions. More information about these opportunities are sent to members via email in the months leading up to Super Conference.

OCULA NRLA Fundraising Committee
 The OCULA New Librarian Residency Award Fundraising Committee is responsible for the development and implementation of fundraising initiatives to support the New Librarian Residency Award (NLRA). The committee is comprised of three current OCULA council members. Find out more about the New Librarian Residency Award.