While you're waiting your turn in the Mobile Career Lab, come inside the library and ask staff to show you how to use the Job & Career Accelerator online service to help you create your resume and assist your job search.
Are you looking for something to do this summer that will benefit you and your community?
Become a Library Youth Volunteer!
The Clayton County Library System is recruiting teens, ages 12-18 to help with the upcoming Summer Reading Program and other library activities.
Library Youth Volunteers help our libraries in many ways:
Assisting with running the Summer Reading Program table by signing kids up and handing out incentive prizes.
Help keep our collections and library in order.
Assisting at many library programs and events for children.
Preparing arts & crafts for upcoming storytimes and programs.
Inputting content on our TCC webpage.
And much more!
If you are interested in becoming a Library Youth Volunteer, then print out an application, complete it, then bring it to the library at which you are interested in volunteering. A library staff person will contact you regarding the status of your application.
Having trouble in your French class? Planning a trip to Japan? You can now learn a language for free through the library by using Mango!
Mango is an online learning language system that can help you learn Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, or English (for Spanish Speakers). Mango will teach you vocabulary and grammar, play recordings to help you understand the pronunciation, and even record your own voice so that you can compare it.
The Jimi Hendrix Watercolor class at the Forest Park branch in July was featured in the Clayton News Daily! Were you there? Read the article and see if you were mentioned! Do you like to paint or draw? We'd love to see your work and post it on the TCC Gallery pages!
If you have seen Eclipse, the newest Twilight movie, and are foaming at the mouth for more of Edward, Jacob, Bella, or which ever vamp or wolfie floats your boat-check out the Twilight Graphic Novel!
The graphic novel takes us back to the beginning. Back to when Bella leaves Phoenix and makes her way to Forks where she meets the mysterious Edward Cullen.
Okay. So I have to admit, I am a fan of the books. The movies? Eh, I could take or leave them. I was skeptical of the graphic novel, thinking it would be too much like the movies. WOW! Was I wrong! The artwork by Young Kim is absolutely breathtaking! It is beautiful, and the story adaptation is spot on for what should be included.
So, if you're waiting to see Eclipse, or waiting for Breaking Dawn, check out a copy.
Do you like to draw / paint / write / take photographs / write poetry / make music / build things? Did you know that you can submit your work to be considered for the TCC Gallery, so it could be seen on this website?