Teen advisory board
Five Resources to Help Build a Teen Advisory Board, October 17, YALSA's wiki resource for starting and managing a teen advisory group at your library. Teen Advisory Boards meet once a month at various locations. Join and you can be a part of decision process at the library, recommend books, plan programs. The mission of Woodland Public Library's Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is to provide opportunities for teens to earn community service hours by creating events. TAB (Teen Advisory Board) is a group of teens ages , who meet once a month to help Teen Librarian, Miss Jane, plan teen activities/programs, select new materials, promote teen library events, and volunteer at library programs/outreach events. A Teen Advisory Board is a group of young adults from grades 7 to 12 who meet regularly and are an invaluable resource for library staff. TABs are a great way to earn community service hours, develop leadership skills, and make new friends. What is the Teen Advisory Board (TAB)? A group of teens who meet on a regular basis and are interested in helping Teen Services staff in developing and implementing teen services. Members are eligible to receive service credit.