Teen Advisory Boards (TAB) at the Denver Public Library

Denver Public Library Citywide TAB

Denver Public Library is hosting a program for middle and high school youth from across the city. This program will center on building community, connecting with peers, and creating an environment where teens feel included and empowered. Selected participants will work with library staff and partners to dive deep into themes around social action and belonging. At the end of the program participants will share their discoveries in a public presentation. Meetings will be held weekly, in person, throughout the Denver Public Library system. 

Please follow up with your desired branch after you submit your application.

What's a Teen Advisory Board?

A Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a group of teens who meet regularly to give librarians guidance about better serving teens and Library program ideas for our community. Each meeting is different depending on the goals of the TAB. There are usually snacks and it is always fun!

TAB members attend meetings and programs, and are responsible library users. They help promote participation in Library programs, and respect the tastes, privacy, and opinions of others. They are committed to making their community more enjoyable for everyone. And it looks great on your college application and resume!

Interested? Contact your local branch for more information about Teen Advisory Boards in your area.