Teens

Adulting 101: How to Find a Job

You've waited all these years to finally be an adult — no one to tell you to do your homework, clean your room, what time to be home or to eat your peas. Now what? Adulting 101 is your go-to program to learn the basics of being a responsible grown-up. 

Learn what makes a great resume and how to get organized.  Reference Services Manager, Susanne Nirschl Cogar, will provide with tips to conduct a winning job search.  She will also demonstrate how to maximize your skills online with Lynda and Linkedin, which are available at no cost with a current Barberton Library card.  

Teen Writing Contest

Have you ever wanted to write your own story? Now you can show off your skills! Pick one of the two themes below and write a new 2,000- 5,000 word story. Stories can be any genre. There will be one prize per story theme. This contest is for students entering 8th grade-students who just graduated. All stories must be typed and emailed to Teen Librarian Sarah Granville at sarah.granville@barbertonlibrary.org with “Writing Contest” as the subject. Submissions must include your full name and telephone number.

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