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Teen Leadership Council

What is Teen Leadership Council?

Teen Leadership Council is a group of teens who want to make their community better! Teens decide how they want to make a difference, what their plan will be, and how to put their projects into action.

Who can participate in Teen Leadership Council?

Teens in grades 7–12 are eligible to join.

Where & when does Teen Leadership Council meet?

22 N Herald Rd
1st Wednesday of each month, October–June, at 5–6pm

To apply, download the Teen Leadership Council Participation Agreement and bring it to a meeting.

You can also attend a meeting to get a participation agreement or pick up one up at the library.

Why should someone join Teen Leadership Council?

The benefits of joining are many. Here are some examples:

  • Share your ideas
  • Develop leadership skills & make a difference
  • Gain volunteer experience for a future job & earn service hours
  • Make new friends & have fun

What do council members do?

What you do as part of Teen Leadership Council is based on what interests you!

Some project ideas include:

  • Creating cool things like a Zine
  • Planning a program for teens, such as an escape room or interactive movie night
  • Helping the library make decisions that impact teen services

What is the time commitment to participate in Teen Leadership Council?

Teen Leadership Council meets once a month for an hour. Regular attendance is encouraged. Council members might need to work up to 4 additional hours per month depending on project needs.


If you have questions about Teen Leadership Council, you can call Spokane Valley Library at 509.893.8400, or email Librarian Alison Johnson at