Sponsors

Wisconsin Trustee Training Week was developed by the Nicolet Federated Library System in 2014, with the goal of providing high-quality webinars to public library boards, friends and trustees in Wisconsin.  All sixteen Wisconsin library systems are sponsors of these webinars.

The Arrowhead Library System serves 7 public libraries in Rock County and is based in Milton, WI. 
The Bridges Library System serves 24 public libraries in 2 counties and is based in Waukesha, WI.

The Indianhead Federated Library System serves 54 public libraries in 10 counties and is based in Eau Claire, WI

Kenosha County Library System logo The Kenosha County Library System serves 2 public libraries in Kenosha County and is based in Kenosha, WI.
The Lakeshores Library System serves 15 public libraries in 2 counties and is based in Waterford, WI.
The Manitowoc-Calumet Library System serves 6 public libraries in 2 counties and is based in Two Rivers, WI. 
The Milwaukee County Federated Library System serves 28 public libraries in Milwaukee County and is based in Milwaukee, WI. 
The Monarch Library System serves 31 public libraries in 4 counties and is based in Sheboygan, WI. 
The Nicolet Federated Library System serves 42 public libraries in 8 counties and is based in Green Bay, WI.
The Northern Waters Library Service serves 30 public libraries in 8 counties and is based in Ashland, WI. 
The Outagamie Waupaca Library System serves 17 public libraries in 2 counties and is based in Appleton, WI.
The South Central Library System serves 54 public libraries in 7 counties and is based in Madison, WI. 
The Southwest Wisconsin Library System serves 28 public libraries in 5 counties and is based in Fennimore, WI.
The Winding Rivers Library System serves 34 public libraries in 7 counties and is based in La Crosse, WI.
The Winnefox Library System serves 30 public libraries in 5 counties and is based in Oshkosh, WI. 
The Wisconsin Valley Library Service serves 36 public libraries in 7 counties and is based in Wausau, WI. 

Trustee Training Week is also supported by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), Public Library Development Team, with funding support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.