Resources for Teens
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Teen Ink: Read written and visual art created by other teens, or submit your own pieces!
FanFiction: Read web-published fanfiction, or write and publish your own!
Rookie Mag: Articles, fashion spreads, and interviews created by other teens and some of your favorite stars.
Deviant Art: Social network for artists and people who love art.
MAD Magazine: Look here for funny comics and articles.
Code Academy: Learn how to code!
One Teen Story: Literary magazine for teens. Each issue features a short story.
TeenHealth: All you could ever want to know about teen health issues.
Red Cross: Find a First Aid and CPR or Babysitting course available in the area.
Teen Line: Are you struggling with something that's too hard to talk about to your friends or family? Consider calling this a teen-to-teen hotline.
Stop Bullying: Learn how to speak up when you or someone you know is being bullied.
NSTeens: Helping you make safer choices online.
Life After High School
College Board: Provides information on colleges, AP courses and tests, and SAT prep and tests.
OSAC: Apply for FAFSA, grants, and scholarships, and learn more about paying for college.
The Mint: Learn more about managing your money.
American Gap Association: Interested in taking a gap year? Learn more here.
Questions? Contact the Youth Services desk at 503-873-7633