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Give Back to Your Community & Get Valuable Job Experience!
Teens! If you are at least 15 year old and looking for something to do this summer, think about interning at your local library. We are now
accepting applications for The Friends of the Tulare County Library Summer
Intern Scholarship at the Visalia Branch Library!
There will be at
least four Summer interns selected during our competitive application
process. Please pick up an application at the Visalia Branch Library.
during our business hours this summer, past volunteering experience, and
current standing (including attendance at Teen Advisory Group meetings) as a library volunteer
will all be weighed as we invite the top 20 applicants to interview. Teens
must be at least 15 years old by June 2019 to apply.
will be at least $200, awarded after the successful completion of the
internship. This scholarship is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Tulare County Library.
Miko casts a spell to contain the powers of the sexy demon Kagura, who feeds off the passion of women, but while her spell is effective in keeping Kagura from other girls, his lust becomes directed exclusively toward Miko.
Most Visalia teens are going back to school in mid-August. Our teen programming is on the light side this month, but it certainly won't stay that way! We will be offering our Lunch at the Library program which is for kids and teens 1-18 until August 9th. Please look forward to the return of our monthly Teen Advisory Group meetings, which return September 7th at 3pm. Virtual Reality returns September 20th at 4pm and please look forward to the return of Teen painting workshops, dates/times TBD!