Teen 365

Explore, create, collaborate, hang out. Whatever you're into, we're here to help you explore and succeed. We've got makerspaces, online tools, in-person classes, and the entire library to help you figure it all out. Find others like you, learn from mentors, or do it on your own.

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Many young adults who dream of going to college never get there, or if they do, they never finish. Let's change this! Make an impact by sharing your stories about belonging in college!

Using the documentary Personal Statement and curriculum developed with it, we're hosting workshops for high school students in June and July.

In these workshops, you will create and share your own #WeBelongInCollege video stories, and you can submit them for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship for college.

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Local teens run successful nonprofit, Peer 2 Peer Tutoring

Remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic has made Peer 2 Peer Tutoring more important than ever.

Get Started With Legal Thrillers

Are you a fan of the courtroom drama or curious about what that looks like in a book? Try some of these out!
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

Sandra Uwiringiyimana's autobiography is a wonderful read for teens and YA because of her straightforward, if rather simple, writing style, but it is a…

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Learn English online through ASU

Arizona State University offers free, self-paced courses to learn English: General English and Academic English.

Fun stuff for kids, tweens, and teens!

Thanks to community partnerships and inventive Library staff, there are still opportunities for kids of all ages to engage with us!

Excited for the Hamilton Broadway recording premiere?

Even if you can't watch, "Don't throw away your shot" to learn the history behind what critics rave as "the greatest musical written yet."
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

The Bartimaeus series is unlike any other children/teen fantasy series I have read and that's a good thing. The Golem's Eye picks up shortly after the…

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Read Black Pride: The Master List

As part of Kindred's quarterly #ReadBlack book chats, we talked books by queer Black authors. Here is what we were excited to discuss!

Social Justice Reading for Teens

Become informed about important issues transforming society today.

Poetry as a force for social change

Poetry is a powerful vehicle to explore human rights, protest, and social justice. Poetry can speak the truth and rally against complacency.

Give Me Liberty!

Be inspired by the sacrifices of phenomenal people of color as they valiantly fought for liberty during the American Revolution and beyond.

Black Lives Matter: Community Read on OverDrive

If you haven’t yet read The New Jim Crow, The Hate U Give, or Me and White Supremacy, now is your chance!

Words @ Play: Kids, you're the boss of your story!

What if you got the chance to blast off in a rocket ship into space? Wouldn’t it be fun if your character was a dog? You can make it happen.

Let us turn your story into a virtual masterpiece!

This year, as part of our Summer Learning Program, the Library is happy to announce the launch of Story Sketches for children ages 5 to 18.

Black Fathers Matter

There is often much negativity when it comes to Black fathers so we celebrate and uplift them with this list.


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