The Conway Public Library recognizes its duty in promoting citizenship and literacy, and believes that creating a teen-friendly environment is essential to sustaining a healthy, thriving community. To uphold this responsibility, the Library has established a Teen Leadership Council to assist both in developing and implementing programs which serve local teens and encourage them to become life-long library users through the promotion of reading, learning, and volunteerism.
Calling all Conway teens!
We are seeking a group of dedicated, local youth who are interested in making a difference at the Library and in their community. The Teen Leadership Council aims to give the Library a new perspective on youth and youth a new perspective on libraries. TLC members play a critical role in developing the Library's young adult collection, young adult outreach, event planning and marketing, and making the Library a friendlier place for young adults.
The Teen Leadership Council will meet bi-weekly in an open-forum setting where teens can discuss the issues related specifically to their own use of the Library. Members will earn community service credit and will have a direct impact on the Conway Public Library.
Interested in helping us found a Teen Leadership Council?
Stop by the Library, give us a call at (603)447-5552, or fill out the contact form below.
- Must be a middle or high school student (public, private, or home)
- Must be interested in the library and improving library services for teens
- Must be an advocate for reading and library use
- Must be a responsible library patron and a role model at TLC and other library functions