Tweens and Teens
Our vision is for all teens to be independent readers, lifelong learners, and become community leaders.
Tweens and Teens services are an important bridge between childrens’ and adult services. Keep this fun audience involved in libraries and you’ll create lifelong library users.
ICfL is committed to providing information, training, technical assistance, and resources for Idaho libraries and their community partners. Our vision is for all teens to be independent readers, lifelong learners, and become community leaders.
Creating Makerspaces in public libraries
Make IT at your Library
This project supports “Making” in Idaho libraries by providing training and materials to implement STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics)-based learning opportunities for all ages. The project encourages the use of tools and technology to engage patrons in new ways of thinking and creating.
Start a FREE Girls Who Code club in your community!
Join students and educators across the country by partnering with Girls Who Code to bring computer science opportunities to elementary, middle and high school girls in your community! Girls Who Code Clubs are FREE after-school programs for 3rd-5th or 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Learn more by signing up for an upcoming Girls Who Code webinar.
Ready to join the movement? Complete a Clubs application here! As a Girls Who Code Community Partner, any clubs in our network are eligible to receive additional partnership benefits by indicating Idaho Commission for Libraries on the Club Application in the “About Your Club” Section on Page 4.