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Teen Volunteer Training

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sylvan Oaks Library
Teens ages 13-17 can attend this one-hour training to qualify as teen volunteers at Sylvan Oaks Library. Participants receive 2 hours of credit for training. Please consider attending our Teen Advisory Board meeting afterward at 2:00 p.m. for another 2 hours of credit (one-hour meeting). Email Bridget for more information at BBagne@saclibrary.org.
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Teen Advisory Board

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Sylvan Oaks Library
Sylvan Oaks Meeting Room
Are you a teen interested in community service credit while meeting other teens and working on fun projects? Teens ages 13-19 will earn 2 hours of volunteer credit by attending this one-hour in-person meeting occurring once a month. Email Bridget at bbagne@saclibrary.org for more information.
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Teen Space

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
North Natomas Library
De-stress with fun activities planned by our Teen Advisory Board. This program takes place on the main floor near the Teen Room.
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Teen Advisory Board

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Arden-Dimick Library
Arden-Dimick Meeting Room
Want to have a say in what the Arden-Dimick Library does for teens? Want to earn volunteer credit for school? Then hang out with us and help us plan programs and events! Bonus: TAB looks AMAZING on college/scholarship applications! 

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Teen Advisory Board (TAB)

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
North Highlands-Antelope Library
North Highlands-Antelope Community Room

Join TAB for a summer series + exhibition of What the Future Wants, a project co-developed with young people to explore questions at the core of your digital experience - what is it like to grow up in a digital world? How does it impact you? And in your digital future, what would you like to change and what would you like to protect?

Participants will discuss a particular technology topic during the first hour; during the second hour, help to install a related exhibit in the public areas of the library. In June, join us to talk about “biometric technology,” or how our faces become data.

The goal of each meeting is to create space for new ways of understanding and talking about emerging technology in everyday life. These programs are designed for youth grades 7-12; no registration required! Participation in this program counts towards library community service. Participants are welcome at any number of meetings in the series - no previous attendance or experience studying technology is required to join!

For questions about Teen Advisory Board, contact Chloe at chorsma@saclibrary.org

For more information about What the Future Wants, visit www.theglassroom.org/youth/ 

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Teen Advisory Board // Summer Hangout

3:15 PM - 4:00 PM
Fair Oaks Library
Fair Oaks Meeting Room

Teens! Need summer volunteer hours? Come to the library and we’ll do a run-down of how you can make a difference in your community while earning volunteer credit! Come for the info session, stay for snacks, games, and crafts. For teens 13-19.

This program is supported by the Friends of the Sacramento Public Library.

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