One of the most important education initiatives of the New York Public Library is the MyLibraryNYC project, launched in September 2011. Through its partnership with the New York City Public Schools, the NYPL, along with the Brooklyn Public Library and Queens Library, acts as an extension of school libraries by providing to students and teachers fine-free library cards with special borrowing privileges and on-site book delivery. Now serving about 500 schools across the City, the program continues to expand in scope and size.
The Manager supervises a team of outreach librarians who both conduct outreach directly to MyLibraryNYC schools and support branches in their broader outreach activities to all surrounding schools.
Reporting to the Director of Educational Programs, the Program Manager of MyLibraryNYC: