TeenSpace at the Hart Library: Welcome

Welcome to the Hart Library’s webpage for teens. We cover a lot under “Links,” from homework help to volunteer opportunities. Don’t hesitate to e-mail Maureen Connelly(mconnell@wlsmail.org), the Young Adult librarian with any suggestions you may have, whether it's new links or letting us know about dead ones, a new book or graphic novel you just read, or any question about library services. After all, the Hart Library is “Yorktown’s Community Library.”


  


"The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue" by Mackenzi Lee

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MANY OF YOU SUMMER READING TITLES ARE AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD. Click here for a partial list of the titles available.


La Biblioteca Hart tiene una pequeña colección de libros de ficción en español para los adolescentes. Se encuentran con los libros en español para adultos.


SUMMER/FALL 2017 PROGRAMS

Programs require online registration at Program Registration unless specified otherwise.


2017 TEEN SUMMER READING CLUB

Fill out a reading log and earn free stuff until Friday, August 18! The weekly trivia contest ends on Monday, August 7.


Monday, August 28 at 6:00 pm Earring Making Workshop Led by Joan Lloyd. Make earrings for yourself and for a Battered Women's Shelter. Optional: Bring any old bead jewelry that you can recycle into earrings! If you have any jewelry making tools, bring them along too. For Adults & Teens.


COLLEGE PREP PROGRAMS

Registration begins August 13

CORRECTION: Tuesday, Sept. 26 @ 7:30 PM: "The College Application" Presentation by Jeffrey Hirsch , founder of College Starter. This workshop will explain how a student's extracurricular profile and recommendation letters can enhance their overall college applications. Through clear examples, we will examine the best ways to shine a spotlight on a student's extracurricular activities. In addition, participants will learn who is best to write their college recommendation letters, how and when to approach them, and how self-reflection forms can ensure the best possible letters are written. For students and parents.

Monday, October 2 @ 7:00 PM: "Choosing the Right College" Presentation by former college counselor Joshua Marber, MS.Ed. for all high school students (9th - 12th) and their parents. How to get started on the college admissions process or how to continue if you are having difficulties. All the steps in the process will be covered...searching for the right schools; when to visit; filling out the applications correctly; how to write a great essay; getting financial aid and scholarships, and more.

Wednesday, October 25 @ 7:00 PM: "Paying for College" Joshua Marber, MS.Ed.. For all high school students (9th - 12th) and their parents. How to get the most financial aid, scholarships. When to fill out the forms; how to fill them out correctly; what other steps to take, and more.


LOOK FOR MORE INFORMATION ON OUR "ZOMBIE PROM" ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29 @ 1:00PM!

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