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2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lauren Regenhardt Jul 22. 13 Replies

The space for Teen Read Week grant winners to discuss ideas, practices, and other topics involving their Teen Read Week programs.  Continue

TRW decorating and display ideas

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How are you decorating your library for Teen Read Week? Pictures are welcome!Continue

How Have Libraries Served Under Served Teens in Your Community?

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Our topic is ‘how have libraries served under served teens in your community?’  We want your personal stories of how a library/library worker has positively influenced an under-served teen or group…Continue

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Afterschool Literacy Award Opportunity

Libraries and other organizations that provide afterschool activities for youth can apply now through August 27th for the Dollar General Afterschool Literacy Award, administered by the Afterschool Alliance.  Learn more or access the application at: http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/awards.cfmSee More
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"The Teens' Top Ten nominee book trailers are available! Check out the videos and share with your patrons! http://ow.ly/PXoi3"
Jul 22
Lauren Regenhardt replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Question! During the conference call someone (I can't remember who, I'm sorry!) mentioned taking them on a road trip to Wisconsin I think it was. Did you mean virtually, through books, or literally? If the latter, how did you manage to get…"
Jul 22
Guadalupe Gomez replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hi everyone! My name is Guadalupe Gomez and I am the Library Services Manager at the Haskett Library of Anaheim Public Library, located in Southern California. During Teen Read Week, we have several programs planned. This money will be used to…"
Jul 22
Britni Cherrington-Stoddart replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hello! We are Britni, Hayley, Amanda, and Nicole, teen services staff at the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.  We currently compose our library system’s Teen Read Week Team!  As a part of the team, we create Teen Read Week programming…"
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Lauren Regenhardt replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hi all! My name is Lauren Regenhardt and I'm the Teen Services Manager for the Yuma County Library District.  Since we are so close to the Mexican border and have a lot of cultural diversity, we wanted to include that in our programming…"
Jul 16
Jodi Johnson replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"I'm Jodi Krahnke, Head of Youth Services at Ypsilanti District Library in southeast Michigan, also serving as the YA librarian at the main location in our district. With grant money, teens will be able to attend workshops by a local graphic…"
Jul 15
YALSA replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hey Grant winners! Just a reminder that next week is our conference call, mark your calendars!"
Jul 15
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Michele Ricca replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hello! I have recently joined the staff at Stephenson Memorial Library in the rural community of Greenfield, NH.  Prior to working here, I have worked as the Young Adult Librarian in Massachusetts, and taught middle school for six years in…"
Jul 10
Bob McMahon replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hello, I am Bob McMahon the Instructional Support Teacher: Media and Information Literacy for Oshkosh North High School in Oshkosh Wisconsin.  Oshkosh is the home of the Experimental Aircraft Association and becomes the busiest airport in the…"
Jul 10
Dawn Abron replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hi, We're Dawn and Elise and we are the Teen Services Associates at the Zion-Benton Public Library in Zion, Il which is about 45 miles NE of Chicago. For Teen Read Week, we have three events.  We are "Getting Away" with All The…"
Jul 2
April Shroeder replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hi fellow grant winners! I am April Shroeder, Youth Programming Coordinator for Loudoun County Public Library in Northern Virginia, less than an hour west of Washington, DC and about 3 hours north of Richmond. I was a Teen Services Librarian and…"
Jul 1
Kerry Hogan replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Hello, all! My name is Kerry Hogan and I am one of the librarians at Cedar Shoals High School library in beautiful Athens, GA, home to the University of Georgia - Go Dawgs! Our school has about 1,500 students and we always have a blast during Teen…"
Jun 25
Kerry Hogan replied to YALSA's discussion 2015 Teen Read Week Program Grant Winners Forum
"Thanks YALSA and Dollar General for funding our Virtual Reality Day for #trw2015 at Cedar Shoals High School! Can't wait to share ideas."
Jun 25

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Afterschool Literacy Award Opportunity

Posted on July 23, 2015 at 3:50pm 0 Comments

Libraries and other organizations that provide afterschool activities for youth can apply now through August 27th for the Dollar General Afterschool Literacy Award, administered by the Afterschool Alliance.  Learn more or access the application at: http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/awards.cfm

2015 Teens' Top Ten Nominees Announced!

Posted on April 16, 2015 at 3:26pm 0 Comments

The 2015 Teens' Top Ten nominees have been announced! Check them out via the video below!

Download a list of the nominees with annotations here.

Free TRW Webinar: Build Your Budget; April 21, 12PM EST

Posted on April 13, 2015 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Registrants of this site can participate in a free webinar titled, "Build Your Budget", on Tuesday, April 21 at 12 p.m. Eastern!

This Teen Read Week webinar focuses on how teen services library workers can advocate within and beyond their respective library systems for funds. Learn how to seek out sponsors and partners for external funding, while also advocating within your library for a budget that includes financial resources for teen services! 100 seats available. Register…

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Get Away @ Your Library!

Get Away @ Your Library can mean a lot of different things to different people. When I think of it I think about why I read. One of the best things about reading is how it takes you to new and exciting places. Whether it is books about other cultures, time travel or historical events, Read More →

Develop Creative Programming for Teen Read Week

I’ll confess that there have been cycles in my ten years of teen services where my creativity to develop innovative library programs suddenly depletes itself. It takes time until I kick my own butt back into gear. I’m sure you’re familiar with this feeling that can result from the graduation of most of your teen Read More →

Teen Read 2015 Program ideas

I have two new favorite teen program ideas – Blind Date a Book and Food Truck Menu Challenge. Ok, Blind Date a Book isn’t very new; more often than not, you’ll see this in February for Library Lovers’ Month. Librarians across the country have taken this idea out for a ride and given it their Read More →

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