Thank you for your interest in being an LCAP/SHARE volunteer at the Schaumburg Library.
Unfortunately, we have run out of available positions for the Fall 2016 Semester.
Please use your organization contact information to contact another organization for your LCAP/SHARE hours.
June 1 – July 31, 2016
Check your shutter speed, set your white balance and shoot away! We want to see your best summer 2016 photos – and you have a chance to win prizes.
Submit up to two of your best, original photos from summer 2016, along with your name and age, to email@example.com for your [...]
Calling all teen filmakers! Submit your comedy, drama, action, horror, animation or documentary short film (8 minutes or less) to this summer’s film fest. Official rules and submission guidelines HERE.
Teens 12-19 will learn basics about electronics in order to program their own wearable LED Adafruit using Arduino. Registration is required and limited to 12 teens.
Register for Program an Adafruit
Teen Film Fest screening: Wednesday, October 21. . . 6pm
Our annual film fest is on Wednesday, October 21. Categories include Comedy, Drama, Action, Horror, and Animation. All films are 7 minutes or less.
The rules for submission are available using the link below.
Rules for the Film Fest entries
Required Accelerated and AP English
The Alchemistby Coelho, PauloCheck library catalog for availabilityDescription: A fable about undauntingly following one’s dreams, listening to one’s heart, and reading life’s omens features dialogue between a boy and an unnamed being.
1984by Orwell, GeorgeCheck library catalog for availabilityDescription: Written in 1948, 1984 was George Orwell’s chilling prophecy about the future. [...]
Everyone reads 1
Before We Were Freeby Alvarez, JuliaCheck library catalog for availabilityDescription: In the early 1960s in the Dominican Republic, twelve-year-old Anita learns that her family is involved in the underground movement to end the bloody rule of the dictator, General Trujillo.
A Long Way Goneby Beah, IshmaelCheck library catalog for availabilityDescription: A human rights [...]
Congratulations to the 2015 Teen Poetry Contest Winners and Runner-Up
Winners: Sam A., grade: 7, and Sruthi., grade: 12
Runner-Up: Joanne V., grade: 8
Winner: Sam A
Title: Crimson Moon
The crimson moon shines on the cobblestone path
As the sky blackens
The crow’s feathers fall
Staining it with blood
The blood that does not drip
The blood of damned men
A hand reaches from [...]
Student Advisory Trustees (SATs)
Applications Due by 5pm on June 30
Teens and young adults, ages 15-20 with current STDL library cards are invited to apply to be Student Trustees on the STDL Library Board. Applications are available at the Central and branch libraries. For an email application write to firstname.lastname@example.org or click “Print Application” below. Applicants [...]