Giving teens a chance to make a difference.
Blow off some steam, help design projects and programs for the Library, and meet new friends along the way when you join a Teen Advisory Board (TAB).
Teen Advisory Board
- Satisfy your school’s community service requirements
- Gain useful leadership and project management experience to add to your college applications to make you stand out from the pack
- Meet and collaborate with other teens who also want to make a difference
Make your voice heard at your local library through creating and planning programs for teens. Find a Teen Advisory Board
at a library near you.
Systemwide Teen Advisory Board
Make a difference in Sacramento with service projects like voter registration drives, the teen-organized and led annual Yule Ball and mid-term and finals de-stress programs. Find upcoming Systemwide Teen Advisory Board meetings
Homework Zone Volunteer Opportunity
Sacramento Public Library is currently recruiting teen volunteers for our Virtual Homework Zone program. Every week, students in Kindergarten through 8th grades drop in at the Virtual Homework Zone(Opens in a new window)
, where trained teen coaches help them complete their school assignments.
Interested in joining other teens in this opportunity to serve your community, gain work experience, and receive mentoring from library staff? Consider applying! Learn more.
How do I join the Teen Advisory Board at my local library?
Not all of our 28 locations have a TAB yet, but most offer volunteer opportunities. Please use a personal/non-school account to email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what your neighborhood branch is and we will connect you to your local librarian.
How do I join the Systemwide Teen Advisory Board?
Meetings are currently held on Zoom the 3rd Saturday of the month. Please use a personal/non-school acount to email email@example.com for link and password.
What initiatives do Teen Advisory Boards work on?
TAB members volunteer their time to create and implement programming that both supports the Library and better serves teens at the Library. Past initiatives include voter registration drives and de-stress programs with therapy dogs to support students during finals week.