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Adulting 101 is a free one-day conference for middle school and high school teens, ages 13-18, hosted by the City of Woodland Public Library’s Teen Advisory Board and held at the Community and Senior Services Center in Woodland. It is an event where teens can learn life skills to become capable, successful adults.
150 teens attended the first Adulting 101 with over 80% of survey responses stating that they felt more confident and intended to apply what they had just learned. One teen wrote, “I need to prepare to be on my own after high school.”
We are seeking proposals for 50-minute interactive beginner’s level, “How-to” workshops designed to teach basic life skills for youth to help teens be independent and prepared!
The workshop should have an interactive element (NOT sitting the entire class and listening to a lecture presentation) to engage and prepare youth for the future. You can submit a new proposal idea or a proposal idea that the Teen Advisory Board has specifically requested:
If you are a qualified expert in one or more of these topics and you have the patience and passion to work with youth, please fill out the Adulting 101 Call for Workshop Proposals form online or attached and submit it by Friday March 20, 2020 to Woodland Public Library’s teen librarian, Rhea Gardner at email@example.com.
The Teen Advisory Board, guided by the teen librarian, will be selecting the proposals and notifying participants in April. Adulting 101 is made possible through Measure J and Friends of the Woodland Public Library. We are excited for the second Adulting 101 and look forward to your involvement in helping youth!