BKLYN Incubator supports innovative programs at the Brooklyn Public Library by providing professional development, mentorship, and resources to staff with innovative ideas.
The purpose of BKLYN Incubator is to empower our staff to build public programs and services from the ground up and support ideas that are responsive to community needs.
We’re on Round Five
Round Four closed in August, 2018 with the succesful completion of the programs listed below. Proposals for Round Five will be posted for public feedback from October 22nd - October 31st. Make sure to check back to tell us what you think! Winners will be posted in early November, 2018.
BKLYN Incubator was founded in 2015 with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and continues to operate with funding from the Charles H. Revson Foundation. For more information, reach out to Brynna Tucker, BKLYN Incubator Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events & Classes
- Patron-Centered Design
- Community Partnerships
- Opportunity Mapping