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  • Summer volunteer applications for teens will be available on June 1st - download a copy from our website or pick up a copy at the Adult Reference Desk. There will be a variety of volunteer opportunities available - if you have  an interest in art, crafts, computer coding, manga, acting, photography, film making or if you just love working with young children, you will find a volunteer opportunity you will enjoy. We look forward to seeing you over the summer!
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  • Have you worked with Makeblock Robots before?  Earn community service helping us run a class using Makeblock Robots. If you are interested, contact Nanette Feder, Teen Services Librarian at teens@emmaclark.org
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  • Our 2016 Teen Review Program  is now up and running.   How can you earn  up to 9 hours of community service per quarter? Read one of the excellent books on the most recent list of the American Library Association's Best Books for Young Adults  and then write a review according to our guidelines. A great way to earn community service when it is convenient for you.  Here's the link to all the information:  2016 Teen Review Program
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  •   Artist of the month We are looking for artistic, creative students in Grades 7-12 who would like to exhibit their artwork in our teen art display area.   If you are interested in displaying your artwork, please complete an application available here. If your artwork is accepted for display, you will receive 2 hours of community service credit.   
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  • Overdrive teen imageCheck out these free eBooks and eAudio Books for teens! Click image or here to begin. Contact the Adult Reference Desk at 631 941-4080 if you have any questions about how to use this service.
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  • Don't forget as you head back to school  - free online tutoring is available to students with valid library cards through Brainfuse. Students can connect with certified tutors in a secure online classroom. Students at every level - from elementary to college can get help with homework, studying, essay writing and test preparation.  Click here to access Brainfuse  
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  • Do you have any suggestions for Makerspace programs?  We are looking for your ideas and suggestions.  Raspberry Pi, Arduino, arts, crafts - we want to hear from you!   Earn community service credit by designing and running a Makerspace program.  Contact Nanette Feder, Teen Services Librarian at teens@emmaclark.org for more information..
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  • If you are looking to read historical fiction check our historical fiction bibliography or check out one of the books on  www.historicalnovels.info.
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  • Teens around the country have chosen their favorite books published in 2014. Check them out here and let us know what you think!  If you would like to review any of these books for community service, contact Nanette Feder at teens@emmaclark.org
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  • We are so happy that we now have a video game collection in the Teen Room.  If you would like us to consider purchasing a game (as long as it is rated T or lower), feel free to fill out a request form available in the Teen Room or email us at teens@emmaclark.org with your suggestion.
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