Special interest groups (SIGs) offer a way to pursue extracurricular interests with like minded members of A.L.L. SIGs are organized and run by their members, independently of the A.L.L. office, and must have a coordinator, who is responsible for providing the Membership Committee with a member list. Members of a SIG decide when and where they will meet. SIGs build on A.L.L.'s existing programs and may not compete with study groups being offered by A.L.L. They are open to all current members of A.L.L. The Membership Committee oversees the SIGs.
A listing of A.L.L. SIGs.