A college professor has created a resource that would be very helpful for teenagers who visit the library, or a library website. It’s focused specifically on helping teenagers find jobs and it’s 100% free to use. It has very useful information including work permit information, labor laws, jobs for teens by city/state, non-traditional job ideas, and more.
You can find it here: JobsForTeensHQ.
On April 19 at 3:30 pm, the Flume/Isinglass committee will meet at the Hooksett Public Library. The committee will be choosing the nominees for the 2018 lists. Anyone interested in taking part is welcome to attend. The committee would love to have more people involved. If you are unable to attend, you can still help by sharing your thoughts of the current nominations on the Flume wiki.
Teens and adults can access practice tests through this program. You can add this free program to your library website.
Here is another site to add for your patrons.
DMV Permit tests
We are collecting nominations for the Flume and the Isinglass Awards. Please encourage teens to submit nominations of recently published fiction or nonfiction that appeals to readers in grades 7-12.
Nominations are accepted online at the Flume/Isinglass page at http://yals.nhlibrarians.org/book-awards/flume/. The award committee is planning to select the two lists this spring, which will be voted on in April 2018. The vote for the 2017 Isinglass will take place in April. No Flume Award will be given in 2017, but teens should submit nominations of their favorite new titles at any time.
Please contact Ann Hoey with your questions.
Our next YALS meeting is Thursday, May 25th at the Local Government Center, 25 Triangle Dr., Concord. The meeting is scheduled from 10:00-12:00. Any YALS member is invited and encouraged to come.
In addition to the officers’ reports, we will be discussing the Fall Conference, the Flume and Isinglass book awards, new YA books and programming ideas.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Here is the Power Point Presentation that I put together to share at the Conference and then didn’t. It includes pictures of my teens at different events. The last picture is of the group who attended our final Pizza party this past summer. Then I included the information on where to look for Youth Volunteer information.
I do want to mention that my Teens really love the Werewolves game, that Glenn Given from “Games by Play Date” first taught them. They ask to play it almost every time we get together.
And if you wish to read my notes – Teen Planning Presentation
Katie Spofford of the Wadleigh Memorial Library in Milford has sent along the ideas she shared at the Fall conference. So if you were unable to attend or just want to jog your memory, click below for all the details.
Active & Passive Programming Ideas
The online voting form for the Flume is now on the Flume page. Just click on Book Awards and you will find it.
YALS meeting November 17, 2016!
The meeting will be held at the Local Government Center (LGC) in Concord. As always, any member of YALS, or anyone interested in YALS, is welcome to attend. Networking at 9:30 am and the meeting starts at 10 am.
Get In The Game, Read!
Do you have a terrific program planned for summer reading?
A performer you plan on having? An event tailor-made for this theme and young adults?
We all want to hear what you have planned.
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