Kemp reminds librarians to renew license by June 30
Atlanta – Secretary of State Brian Kemp reminds librarians to renew their professional licenses by June 30, 2016. Currently, there are 978 licensed librarians in Georgia.
“By streamlining our processes and cutting red tape, Georgia’s professional workforce is now able to get their licenses renewed faster than ever before through our agency,” stated Secretary Kemp. “With the June 30 deadline right around the corner, I am encouraging all licensed librarians to renew their professional licenses as early as possible.”
If a license holder fails to renew their license before the June 30 deadline, a late fee will be imposed to bring the expired license into compliance. Importantly, Georgia law prohibits librarians from conducting unlicensed practice, which includes practicing with an expired license.
Visit our website today to check the licensure status of an individual or firm. If you require assistance with licensure renewal, please feel free to contact the Professional Licensing Boards Division by calling (478) 207-2440 or emailing office staff.
To find a public library in your community, visit the Georgia Public Library Service’s website for a complete directory.
Brian Kemp has been Secretary of State since January 2010. Among the office’s wide-ranging responsibilities, the Secretary of State is charged with conducting secure, accessible, and fair elections, the registration of corporations, and the regulation of securities, charities, and professional license holders. For more information about the office, visit our website at www.sos.ga.gov. Follow Secretary Kemp for agency news on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.