|WHAT IS IT?
Teen Advisory Groups (or “TAGs”) are comprised of youth 14 to 18 years old who assist library staff in creating captivating programs for young adults. TAGs also provide staff with feedback on the library’s teen collections, contribute website ideas, write book reviews, create teen-oriented displays to promote reading, provide input on the creation of inviting teen-spaces at the library and much more.
Teens join TAG for many reasons: to meet other teens, to share a love of books, to gain experience to list on university and scholarship applications, to receive credit for volunteering, and – above all – to have a direct voice in shaping the type of library they envision for themselves and their peers.
|TAG Blog - TAG It!
Book reviews and more to come!
TEEN BOOK CLUBS
Join the Central Library Teen Book club; meet with other teens to discuss some great titles.
Check it out!
||Teen Advisory Groups can be found at every Mississauga Library location.
TAG Application Form