Wake County Public Libraries provides library members in grades 6-10 educational programs, engaging activities and volunteer opportunities that foster an appreciation of service, leadership and cultural literacy.
From September 2-30, teens who visit their local library are invited to participate in Read To Win! North Carolina State Fair Reading Challenge.
Weekly Events for Teens
Weekly events take place at our six regional locations. Programs and activities vary by location and feature our four themes: Read, Create, Challenge, and Journey. For a complete listing of events please call your local library or visit our online calendar.
||Read - Authors & Literary Worlds|
||Create - Creative Writing & Art|
||Challenge - Critical Thinking & Competition|
||Journey - History & Culture|
||Teen Leadership Corps (TLC) is a leadership, learning and service program for library members in grades 6-10. TLC offers teens the opportunity to cultivate leadership skills, explore and develop a variety of interests and talents, contribute to the community, and get to know other teens with similar interests. TLC opportunities vary by location. TLC is not available at Athens Drive Community Library, Express Library-Fayetteville Street or Olivia Raney Local History Library. Download an application here.|
Come see us in person, or take advantage of our online reading resources, like browsable booklists.
And don't forget to check out our teen blog Flip the Switch Teens Awake, our great teen events, or join in on our annual Teen Poetry Contest!