Hi there! I’m McKelle, and I’m the Teen Associate Librarian at the Day-Riverside branch! I’m so pleased to introduce Day-Riverside’s awesome Teen Squad Group this year and all the amazing work they’ve been doing!
Hello! My name is Jennifer Echeveste, and I will be a senior at West High School next year. I have lived in Salt Lake City my entire life. I love being a part of softball and Dance Company programs at my high school. I am honored to represent my peers as the Senior Class President of 2020-2021. This will be my third year volunteering with the library, and I am excited to participate in this year’s Teen Squad team leader of the Day-Riverside Branch. I enjoy volunteering because there is always room to improve my communication skills and get to know more people and create strong connections.
My name is Anagha Rao, and I will be a junior at Skyline High School. This is my first year volunteering with Teen Squad, and I am part of the Day-Riverside Branch. One of my favorite parts of Teen Squad was working on my unique project and getting a chance to make a positive difference in my community. In my free time, I enjoy playing tennis, learning about nutrition, and writing for the school newspaper. I love to be involved in my community and aspire to work as a medical professional in the future. My project is a 30-Day fitness challenge to help teens and adults stay healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hello! My name is Jules, and I am a Teen Squad volunteer at the Day-Riverside library. This is also my second year being part of Teen Squad! I am going to be a freshman this fall; some of my hobbies include drawing and writing. I am an aspiring artist with two webcomics, and I’m working on writing a novel! My Teen Squad project is making a zine for each month of 2020.
Thanks for reading about our Day-Riverside Teen Squad Volunteers! Hopefully you've had a chance to learn about all 40 of our summer volunteers. To find out more about each of their projects and see some of their final products, visit our Teen Squad page.
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