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WELCOME TO TEENS @ QUEENS LIBRARY !!

Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP)

The NYC SYEP application is available. If you are between 14 and 21 yrs  old check out the DYCD website, www.nyc.gov/dycd.  QBPL will be one of the worksites. Dealine has been extended to March 31st.

Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP)

Get Your ID

Getting a government issued ID (a birth certificate, Social Security Card, or non-drivers ID) is the first step to getting a job, a bank account, an apartment—even a library card! Not sure how to get an ID? Visit New York City’s ID= website for everything you need to know to get your ID including simple instructions, answers ...

Get Your ID

Teen Book Slam

The 6th Annual Queens Teen Book Slam is in full swing!  Read any or all of the selected books and answer trivia questions to earn prizes.  Visit queensteenbookslam.blogspot.com for rules and more information.

Teen Book Slam

Launching the Teen Podcast!

Posted by: yetheart, April 13, 2017 5:04 pm
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Launching the Teen Podcast

Queens Library’s Teen Radio Podcast Workshop has had excellent results, with the official launch happening not just once, but twice! Two launch parties took place: one at Central Library on Thursday, March 23, and the other at Queens Library for Teens at Far Rockaway on Thursday, March 30. 

Participating students between the ages of 12 and 19 reaped the rewards of their hard work, which saw them create their own podcast after an eight-week course.

Each workshop covered a different topic, including audio editing, how to source an interesting story or topic, and podcast presentation skills.

The students were led by instructors Sharon Cox, Assistant Director of the CLDC and Teen Center at Central; Chris Neuner, Radio Specialist; Ashley Allen, Customer Service Specialist; Tara Brady, Young Adult Library at Central; Brandon Jeffries, Teen Center Coordinator; and Gary Hawkins, Youth Counselor at the Queens Library for Teens, all of whom brought their expertise to the workshops every week. 

The launches kicked off with an informational talk by the student radio team, with snacks and pizza on hand to satisfy any rumbling stomachs! Students then received certificates acknowledging their hard work, completion of the course, and successful creation of a podcast.

The podcasts were played to the audience and a special guest Q & A with hip-hop pioneer DJ Chuck Chillout rounded out the evenings.

Congratulations to the finishers—and great work on your final product!

You can listen to our first episode of the Teen Radio Podcast by visiting our Podcast Workshop webpage.

Watch NY1's report on our Teen Podcast launch.

The Teen Podcast Workshop program was made possible by a grant from the Department of Youth and Community Development.


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