Teens at the Library

We are currently recruiting for the Park City Library Teen Advisory Group (T.A.G. team)

WHAT WILL I BE DOING AS A T.A.G. MEMBER

Meeting at least once a month as a group to eat snacks and brainstorm.
Examples of teen activities:

During the summer months, assist librarians during busy times by handing out and explaining summer reading program materials to children and teens.

Alphabetize children’s and young adult books by author and shelve them.
Straighten up books on shelves and straighten up furnishings in children’s room and teen room.
Help suggest and plan teen programs.
Help with children’s and teen programs:

  • Help set up room before programs
  • Help clean up room after program
  • Take attendance by counting attendees
  • Gather and arrange books for children’s and young adult book displays.
  • Prepare craft materials and bulletin boards.

WHAT WILL I GET OUT OF IT? FUN!

An opportunity to learn and practice a variety of job-related skills. Satisfaction from knowing that you are helping promote reading and literacy in your community.
An opportunity to meet new people.
A pleasant working environment (cool in summer, warm in winter).
Volunteer experience, a welcome addition to college, scholarship, and job applications.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR VOLUNTEERING?
Teens who want to (not because their parents are making them do it).
Teens who are self-motivated and reliable.
Teens who are 12 years and older.

HOW DO I GET STARTED?
Download our TAG Application form. Fill out the application and turn it in to the Circulation Desk at the Park City Library. The volunteer coordinator, Tegan Davis, will contact you. If you have questions, feel free to call Tegan at 615-5603 or email her at tegan.davis@parkcity.org