by Marie Harris
At ALA Annual, Kelly Czarnecki and Jimmeka Anderson’ will accept YALSA’s Excellence in Library Services to Young Adults 2012 Program Award for the Teen Fashion Apprentice program at ImaginOn.
This unique program, first developed in 2012 by Jimmeka Anderson and Kelly Czarnecki, has expanded and grown to now include workshops at five library branches, with apprenticeships awarded at three locations in 2013. â€œThe program gives them [the teens] the chance to get more hands-on experienceâ€¦ and see if it’s something they want to do in the future,â€ says Jimmeka.
For this episode of the YALSA podcast we talk to Michelle Gorman and Kelly Czarnecki of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg library system, whose Teen Video Advocacy Project won YALSA’s Think Big About Advocacy Contest.
Think Big About Advocacy
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To see the videos and read more about YALSA’s Think Big About Advocacy contest, go the contest page on YALSA’s website.