Princeton Public Library Hosts Youth Community Service Launch Pad November 12


originally published: 25/10/2022

(PRINCETON, NJ) – Students in grades six through ninth are invited to participate in the Youth Community Service Launch Pad on Saturday, November 12 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Princeton Public Library.

Led by library staff and high school peer leaders, the program is a chance to discover community service opportunities that students can participate in as they grow. Sessions that include public speaking will be offered to help develop skills that will help students become active in civic engagement. Registration is required via the events calendar and the number of places is limited.

“Princeton offers a wide variety of civic engagement opportunities that empower citizens of all ages to be active in their community,” said Susan Conlon, Youth Services Manager. “We hope this program will encourage teens to contribute to the success of their communities by developing skills they can use to contribute to their service in the future.”

The youth community service launchpad was led by Princeton High School senior Han Li, coordinator of the website where volunteer opportunities are listed. The event is the first hosted by Princeton Civics and is described on the website as an interactive program where students can come together to “learn service-oriented skills to prepare to be engaged and valuable volunteers in the community.” “.

Princeton Public Library is located at 65 Witherspoon Street in Princeton, New Jersey.

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