- American Library Association (ALA)
Provides leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship in order to enhance learning and ensure access to information for all.
- Chief Officers of State Library Agencies (COSLA)
- Colorado Association of Law Libraries (CoALL)
An organization of law libraries dedicated to promoting librarianship, developing and increasing the usefulness of law libraries, cultivating the science of law librarianship, and fostering a spirit of cooperation among the members of the profession, particularly those in Colorado.
- Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL)
Fosters the professional development of its members and promotes the improvement of library services for the people of Colorado.
- Colorado Association of School Boards (CASB)
- Colorado Association of School Executives (CASE)
- Colorado Association of School Libraries (CASL)
Promotes library interest and development in schools (k-12) and improves the standards of library media services and educational technology.
- Colorado Council of Medical Librarians (CCML)
An association of individuals involved with information management in the health sciences, providing opportunities for professional growth through networking, education, and organizational participation.
- Colorado Library Consortium (CLiC)
The nonprofit Colorado Library Consortium is an innovative, collaborative-focused organization that empowers libraries and library staff to better serve their patrons.
- Mountain Plains Library Association (MPLA)
Specializes in individual development for librarians through conferences, unit and committee work, and opportunities for individual grants and to pursue further education or attend national training.
- Special Libraries Association, Rocky Mountain Chapter (RMSLA)
A local chapter of a national library association of individuals and organizations having a professional, scientific or technical interest in library and information science, especially as these are applied in areas such as the physical, biological, technical and social sciences and the humanities.
A cooperative of library staff sharing and using online resources in order to identify and embrace appropriate technologies and apply them to daily work.
For additional information, contact Gene Hainer, 303-866-6900.