The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a group of middle and high school students who are dedicated to service to their community. TAB allows teens and tweens to have a voice in library programming and collection development for teens. TAB meets monthly to plan, discuss, and have fun.
What are the requirements to apply?
Be in middle or high school
Have a York County Public Library card
Have parental permission
Be enthusiastic about the library
Be able to attend monthly meetings (meetings will be virtual for now)
What are the benefits of volunteering on the Teen Advisory Board?
Develop communication and leadership skills
Influence the type of programs the library offers for teens
Earn volunteer service hours
Gain volunteer experience for college applications