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The Marshall Public Library will be showcasing all its technological resources, programs, and services available to teens as part of “Teen Tech Week.”
Starting March 6 and running until March 12, the library will be focusing its efforts on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) activities available at the library and the theme for the week is “Create it at Your Library.”
“Teen Tech Week lets us highlight the many ways that the Marshall Public Library helps teenagers succeed in their studies,” said Kath Ann Hendricks, Young Adult Librarian. “By honing in on STEAM fields, we can help prepare students for college and careers that will be in demand in the coming years.”
The week is also part of a greater focus on teens and youth during March and early April.
“The Makerbus will be in use and exploring topics like circuits, 3-D printing, and e-textiles,” Hendricks said. “We’ll be taking the math, science, and engineering and turning it into practical applications that will surely spark some of these young minds to consider a career in these fields.”
For more information and a schedule of all the events held at the Marshall Public Library, visit marshallpl.org or call Kath Ann Hendricks at 232-1263 ext. 110.