Target Audience: This session is targeted to library staff currently working with children age 12 through teens, and their families.
About the Session: New York State library initiatives are shifting their focus to year-round experiences that support summer programming and family literacy. Easy ways to achieve this for kids age 12 through teens and their families in your community will be discussed.
Learn the science behind reaching and motivating teens, the traits all stages of teen development have in common, and how to be relevant and responsive.
Come prepared to share your best summer program idea for kids age 12 through teens! Join us for a lively discussion about making the most out of summer programming at your library. Gather new tips, program ideas and advice from others doing what you do.
Guest presenter Bobbi Clapp, Certified Reading Specialist & Coordinator of the former MHLS Health Information Project teen program. Facilitated by Merribeth Advocate, MHLS Assistant Director and Kerstin Cruger, MHLS Marketing & Program Assistant.
Event Type(s): Youth/FamilyServices
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