Of course you do! Leadership is hard, but everyone can be a leader. It takes work, practice, and experience, even for folks who are more comfortable with the role. Fortunately, there are many different ways to be a leader, and you will find one that works for you.
Are you a natural born leader? Do you want to become a better leader? Does leadership make you nervous? There are all kinds of leadership opportunities available through Teen programs at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Whether it’s a Teen Advisory Council/Board or other program, you help decide what happens at the library. And this time of year, you can help us plan our Halloween parties. You can even receive volunteer hours for some of these programs, so talk to your Teen Specialist. Leadership roles, especially formal ones, look really good on school, job, and college applications. Check out these programs (and books) about leadership, and start leading!
Teen Advisory Council Meeting: More Haunted House Planning!*
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
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