Learn more about Queens Public Library's World of Work for Teens program.

Teens, we hope you will take advantage of this incredible summer opportunity!

Queens Public Library and Touro University are bringing you World of Work for Teens, an award-winning service-learning program for high school students.

This six-week virtual and in-person seminar focuses on strengthening professional development skills and expanding teen understanding of the workplace.

High school students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade, and June 2024 graduates, are eligible to apply.

Participating students will attend an online introductory college course taught via Zoom by Touro University faculty, as well as in-person professional development workshops at the Long Island City Library Teen Center.

These classes will lead up to an interactive service-learning project covering career prep, financial literacy, and college readiness.

When they complete the seminar, teens will receive two college credits from Touro University and earn 12 community service hours from Queens Public Library.

Classes will be held on Tuesdays (online) and Thursdays (in-person), 11am to 1pm, July 9 to August 15.

The deadine to apply is Saturday, April 20, and the program is limited to 25 students, so Apply Today!

If you have any questions about World of Work for Teens, please contact Dalicy Caraballo at dcaraballo@queenslibrary.org.

 

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