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Youth Volunteers at Your Library – Engaging Youth in Your Library

by Marion on September 13th, 2010

Here’s a neat resource put out by the HeartWood Centre for Community Youth Development titled: Youth Volunteers at Your Library. While you may not have a library, two things are of interest in this document. The first is that, to help with positive youth development in your community, you can pass it on to your local library so that they can begin (if they haven’t already started) to meaningfully engage youth in their programs and services. The second thing is that much about youth engagement in this document relates to working with youth in other and general contexts, so it’s likely also applicable to your setting! Check out the appendices to find some nice and short helpful hints on ways to engage and work with youth. It’s easy to read, only around 30 pages long.

Youth Volunteers at Your Library – Engaging Youth in Your Library

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