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Teen Advisory Board - Norfolk Public Library

Join our new Teen Advisory Board!

The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is a group of teen volunteers from the community. Activities may include:

  • Suggesting books, movies, and other materials for the library add to its collection
  • Giving feedback on programs and services for teens
  • Working on new programs and services for teens
  • Volunteering at library events

Who can join?

Teens (13-18) living in Eagle County

Why join?

  • Have a voice in the programs and materials we offer and be an advocate for your peers
  • Participation counts for volunteer/community service hours
  • Enhance your college applications and resumes
  • Gain leadership and teamwork skills

Board members should attend our monthly meetings regularly, with the possibility for other volunteer opportunities.

To join, please email Erin at

Mountain Youth

Looking for an opportunity for leadership?
Mountain Youth’s work ensures Eagle County youth remains a priority; striving to be a community where young people are equipped with skills that support healthy bodies, healthy minds and improved decision making and leadership skills to guide their lives. We are a nimble organization focused on creating a better Eagle County for all — giving youth a voice in our community.

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