MAIN is a proud member of and/or strategic partners with the following entities:
|New Jersey Library Association
Established in 1890, the NJLA is the oldest and largest library organization in New Jersey. The NJLA advocates for the advancement of library services for residents of New Jersey, supports the principles of intellectual freedom, and promotes access to library materials for all.
LibraryLinkNJ is a nonprofit organization whose members are multi-type libraries and library-related agencies located in New Jersey. LibraryLinkNJ has over 1,100 voting representatives from over 2,000 school, public, academic, corporate and special libraries, and library-related agencies.
|New Jersey State Library
The New Jersey State Library, an affiliate of Thomas Edison State University, connects people with information and resources through its service to libraries, government and people including those with special needs. Its mission has expanded since its establishment in 1796 to lead in the provision, promotion and support of high quality library and information services to all the people of New Jersey.
|Morris County Chamber of Commerce
The Morris County Chamber of Commerce serves the people as a dynamic, member-involved business organization that provides its members opportunities to develop, promote and pursue their business interests, foster a healthy economic and political business environment, and promote the benefits of business to the public.
|Morris County Economic Development Corporation
The Morris County Economic Development Corporation serves as a powerful ally for businesses seeking a new location as well as for those currently operating in the county. MCEDC can provide anyone with studies on office and industrial real estate markets, labor availability/cost, taxes, cost of living, transportation projects, and historical and projected economic data.
|Morristown Medical Center Shinn-Lathrope Health Sciences Library
The Shinn-Lathrope Health Sciences Library serves hospital employees, affiliated physicians, patients and their families, and the general public. The library houses one of the largest collections of consumer health information in New Jersey, featuring 2,000 health and wellness books plus newsletters and magazines. These materials are all written in an easy-to-understand, non-technical style.