What is the TAB?
The Franklin Park Public Library Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a group of teen volunteers who are interested in making a difference at the library. The TAB assists the Information & Digital Services Department in a variety of tasks, and their efforts have a direct impact on the collection, programming, and services for kids and teens.
Who can join the TAB?
The TAB welcomes all teens ages 13-18 years old.
When can TAB members volunteer?
TAB members work with Library staff to create a schedule that works for everyone.
Where is the TAB?
TAB members primarily volunteer to help in Kids Crossing and the Square.
Why should you join the TAB?
- Because you love books, movies, music, and food!
- Because the library is not just a place to study. It can be a fun place to hang out!
- Because being a TAB member earns you service hours and looks really nice on college and job applications.
- Because your input is important to the library, and your service makes a difference.
- Because it’s free!
Click here to download an application or pick up an application in the Square or at the Information Desk.
A parent or guardian must also sign the Teen Volunteer Parental Consent Form.