Welcome to the Clark Public Library Teen Advisory Board page!
Please note that our next meetings will be held on October 5th: 7-8pm.
Please register HERE:
The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a program that strives to uplift the voices of teens in the library. It is run and operated by teens with the intent of supporting the library through programming, collection development, and policy development. Librarians help facilitate the group as the teens create, plan, and run library programming and services for the Clark community.
TAB is a volunteer-based group open to teens in grades 6-12. Middle schoolers are invited to join as Junior Members, and high schoolers in grades 9-12 are considered Senior Members. Leadership roles are open to members in grades 10+ who have been in TAB for two or more consecutive years.
As a community service minded program, the Teen Advisory Board is perfect for teens who are interested in a behind-the-scenes look at the library, fulfilling community service or volunteer hours, leadership opportunities, and/or are looking for opportunities to use their creativity, passion, and leadership skills for something amazing! TAB is the perfect thing to add to a college application or resume.
Anyone interested in TAB should fill out this interest form to be added to our directory: TAB Directory Form
Please note that membership in TAB is different from library volunteer hours. Membership in TAB runs from September through August. Members are expected to attend as many meetings as possible, volunteer/attend a variety of programs, come in for project preparation, as well as work well independently and as a team. Teens will be expected to participate in projects and events throughout the course of the year.
TAB Minutes Archive: