Teen Advisory Board

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What is the Teen Advisory Board?
TAB is a volunteer group of teens who work with the Young Adult Librarian to provide teen perspective on the services and materials the library offers.

What does TAB do?
The possibilities are endless! What TAB does is partly determined by the members, but here are some ideas:
  • Plan, organize, and attend programs
  • Volunteer at library events
  • Help with programs for younger kids
  • Recommend materials for the young adult collection
  • Create decorations for the kids and young adult area
Why should I join TAB? What's in it for me?
TAB is a lot of fun; it's a great way to meet new people and get involved with the library. It's also a chance to give your opinion and thoughts on what the library offers for teens. Your ideas will make a difference! And, if you're looking for some volunteer experience or hours, this is the perfect solution. Think of how great it will look on college and job applications!

Who can join TAB?
Anyone in grades 7-12, who is able to regularly attend TAB meetings and volunteer throughout the year, is welcome to join TAB. Members must be willing to follow library policies and guidelines and to behave in a manner appropriate for a representative of TAB and the Muskego Public Library.

When does TAB meet?
Unless otherwise noted, TAB will meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 6:30-7:30pm. TAB may also meet on special occasions to help with library programs or events.

How do I join?
It's easy! Fill out an application form, have a parent sign it, and return if to the reference desk at the Muskego Public Library.