We welcome teens at the Library! Contact us at email@example.com for more information about what we offer.
There are several ways teens can get involved at the library and around the community.
Write a book review
Love reading? Want to share your favorite books with others? Write a book review! Reviews will be featured on this page and the Library’s Goodreads page. Each review will give you 30 minutes of service hours.
Complete a survey
Share your perspective on the business education needs and desires of local teens in this survey, conducted by a senior at Niles North High School.
Visit our Volunteer page to apply for open volunteer positions. Contact the volunteer coordinator Edmund Balzer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-929-5115 with any questions.
We host book discussions, video game tournaments, ACT/SAT prep sessions, and much more. See all of our teen programs in the Event Calendar.
We have several online resources to help with homework, research, and exploration:
Live help for kids, teens, and adults. All core subjects offered for grades 3-12. Resume and cover letter review for job hunters. Tutors available 3pm-10pm CST. App available. Check out our video walkthrough.
Educational support for kids in preschool through grade 8, including downloadable worksheets, lesson plans, and learning games for any subject.
Practice tests for GED, ACT, GRE, GMAT, SAT, AP, TOEFL, citizenship, jobs, and more. Search for colleges and scholarships or use the online resume builder and career exploration tools.
Encyclopedia and research resource for students in upper elementary through middle school.
Encyclopedia and research resource for high-school students and adults.