Teen Library Council (TLC)
Let Your Voice Be Heard!
What is TLC?
- The members of the Teen Library Council (TLC) meet once a week to voice their opinions and suggestions for library programs, materials development, and how the library can better serve our young adult patrons.
- Members of TLC also discuss and debate current events. TLC members help create and manage content for The Washingteenian News Website that is being developed to give teens a platform to provide their interpretation of current events and to write about topics that matter to them.
Who can join?
- ANY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT! :)
- Anyone in grades 8-12 can be a part of TLC.
When does TLC meet?
- Meetings are held every Wednesday from 5:00pm-7:00pm in the Teen Programming Room of the Young Adult Department at the Fletcher Library Branch in downtown Hagerstown.
Did you know....
You can earn Student Service Learning hours just by attending a meeting.
You can learn about other opportunities to earn SSL hours.
Why should you join TLC?
- Great opportunity to meet new people
- References for college applications
- Ability to affect change at the library and your community
Interested??? Come to a meeting on Wednesdays from 5:00pm-7:00pm!!!
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Open Monday - Sunday 2:00 pm - 11:55 pm EST with valid library card.
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