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"Fireside Career Chats" for Teens @ the Library

April 24, 2018

The Woodland Public Library's Teen Advisory Board is hosting, Fireside Career Chats, a free weekly event  every Tuesday in May for teens.

Starting Tuesday, May 1st  from 6:00-7:00, we will have professionals from a specific career field come and chat with teens about their jobs in a comfortable and intimate setting- right by our library's fireplace.

The format of the event is more approachable than a typical career fair or panel board allowing for insightful dialogue between professionals and teens. The library will serve tea and snacks during the Career Chat.

The Fireside Career Chats are every Tuesday in May from 6:00-7:00 in front of the Woodland Public Library's fireplace in the main reading area:

May 1- Arts and Education Edition: chat with a local author, artist, musician, teacher, and theatre actor.

May 8- Law and Safety Edition: chat with a local judge, lawyer, police officer, and firefighter.

May 15- Medical Edition: chat with a local nurse practitioner, pharmacy technician, and doctor.

May 22- Trades Edition: chat with a local auto repair person and building maintenance supervisor.

May 29- Science and Technology Edition: chat with a local web developer, information technology officer, and scientist.

The Fireside Career Chats are free and open to all teens.

If you can have any questions, please contact Rhea Gardner at 530-661-5980.


( Fireside Career Chats Calendar )