Young Adult Services
|College Prep |
Well on the way to achieving academic success and heading to college? The Inglewood Public Library offers a bevy of useful databases and resources to help you excel with your studies. From databases to research a topic paper to practice tests to better prepare for that tough midterm exam.
|Health and Wellness |
The slings and arrows of being a teen can be harrowing. It’s important to strike a healthy balance between schoolwork and a robust social life. It can all be very overwhelming. Fortunately, there are resources available to help you navigate that sometimes stressful school schedule.
|The Inglewood Public Library is bursting at the seams with enriching and engaging programming. Here’s a gallery of some of our exceptional patrons enjoying themselves and celebrating literacy and the value of libraries.|
Calendar of Teen Programs
Recommended YA Reading
|Get involved with the library by becoming a volunteer. We're always on the lookout for homework-helpers and tutors with strong math and reading skills to lend a hand to our struggling students. We ask for a one-two hour commitment weekly, if possible, and for a minimum of three-months. A perfect way to serve your community. Contact the Young Adult Librarian for details.|
|Come and make a difference by joining the Inglewood Library Teen Council. An ideal opportunity to earn valuable experience collaborating with other like-minded individuals while advocating for libraries and library services. A chance to work closely with the Young Adult Librarian to build the YA collection, develop relevant and engaging library programs, and other useful skills and experiences.|
|Our Young Adult Librarian is committed to serving the needs of the youth of the community and is always receptive to feedback and suggestions. Do you have a book recommendation? Or ideas for Teen programming? Then we want to hear from you. All notes and comments welcome.|
Tommy Vinh Bui, MLIS