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The Orem Teen Library Council

About the Orem Teen Library Council

OTLC is a group of teens between grades 7-12 that meet once a month in the library to plan teen programs, get volunteer experience through library service projects, and gain access to many behind-the-scenes experiences in the library.

Why should you join OTLC?

  • Get involved in the behind-the-scenes of the library
  • Gain leadership, volunteer, and service experience that look great on future college and job applications
  • Check out media materials for free
  • Receive letters of recommendation from the OTLC Advisor and other librarians for college and job applications
  • Gain leadership experience by serving on the OTLC presidency when you are 14 years or older

What do OTLC members do?

  • Attend monthly OTLC meetings, held every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM in the Sorenson Legacy Room, located in Library Hall
  • Perform a minimum of 22 hours of service in the library outside of OTLC meetings each academic year
  • Assist with planning and preparing Teen After Hours programs
  • Help decorate and maintain the Teen Zone
  • Write recommendations about library items for teen patrons

Download the OTLC Contract for more information or email Meg Flinders-Peay at


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