Our student volunteer advisory committee, Teens4Teens, will be meeting this Wednesday night, October 3rd, at 7:00 pm in the Teen Central area on the second floor. Details here. You can contact us for more information here. If you'd like to join, stop by Wednesday night. If you can't make it, give Ed (that's me) or Everett a call. We'll set up a time to meet that's more conveinent.
As we've mentioned before, any student from grades 9-12 can take part in using Greenwich Library's resources to initiate, develop and realize programs relevent to their particular age group as well as contributing to the community. Teens4Teens members will attend monthly meetings at Teen Central on the second floor and be prepared to submit proposals -like the recent SAT Practice Test (see below) - for programs and services they believe will be of interest for their peers.
These programs and services will include setting up author talks and concerts in the library, creating online web sites and eNewsletters, and creating/scheduling book clubs, poetry readings, art shows, mentoring, film/video festivals and summer reading programs, among other options. And when you join Teens4Teens, you're also eligible for Community Service credit!
Last week, T4T helped set up the SAT Practice Test on September 24th. Here's a picture from that program:
So if you'd like to get involved with setting up programs for people your age here at the library, stop by Wednesday night!
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