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Teen Advisory Boards
Some branches have a Teen Advisory Board that helps make decisions on programs and other issues related to 13-19 year olds at the library. Ask your branch's Teen Librarian if you can help.
Teens from TABs in several libraries make up the Teen Advisory Board Council. This group meets quarterly to help make decisions about the library's teen programming as well as to represent the library in community events such as All Souls Day Parade and the Rodeo Parade. For more information contact: Pam.Park@pima.gov and Ingrid.Trebisky@pima.gov.
Check the online calendar for dates, times and branches that have Teen Advisory Boards.
Are you 14 or over? Get job experience this summer! Most library branches appreciate help with Summer Reading Club. Some branches need help year-round. Ask your Teen Librarian for more information.
Youth Advisory Council/Tucson Teen Congress - YAC/TTC
The Youth Advisory Council/Tucson Teen Congress is run by the Metropolitan Education Commission. The teens who join provide youth/student input on policies and programs countywide.
Jobs at the Library
If you are 14–21, you may be eligible to be a teen summer intern for a 5-week period. If you are 16–21, you may be eligible for the Pledge-a-Job program. For all other jobs at the Pima County Public Library you need to be at least 18 years old.
To learn more, or to apply for the Pima County Summer Youth Employment program, please apply online by visiting the Pima County Summer Youth Program web page. The deadline for applications is March 14, 2014. If you have questions about the program please call 798-0500.