By Teen Squad Glendale
Saia Langi (The Supervisor)
My name is Saia. I am the Teen Librarian at the Glendale Branch. One of my goals for Teen Squad is to help support my volunteers so they can have the best experience possible. If my friends and family were to describe me they would say that I am goofy, fun loving and that I have an obsession for eating chicken nuggets. Without further ado I would like to introduce you to this summer’s Teen Squad volunteers!
Long Le (The Innovator)
The reason why I chose to be in Teen Squad is because I want to have fun throughout the whole summer-that's pretty much my main goal. If my friends were to describe me, they would definitely say that I am unpredictable. I like coming to the Library for books and friends:D
Rachel Eisenberg (The Warrior)
I wanted to join Teen Squad because I wanted to learn what a real job is like. I also joined because I wanted to have fun! A personal project I would like to work on this summer would be focused on women's rights. If I could, I would spend the majority of my time skiing and hanging out with my dog. If my family and friends were to describe me, they would say that I am an extrovert that talks a lot. I have also won a lot of awards in a martial art called Soo Bahk Do. I am also a huge Taylor Swift fan! Some of my favorite books are Red, White and Royal or Song of Achilles.
Tony Manig Chong (The Go-Getter)
My goals for Teen Squad this summer is to work in a team and complete a project that can help other people. If my friends and family described me they would say that I am sporty, always active, and sometimes tired. I am very punctual and I get good grades. I LOVE SOCCER. If I could live forever I would become the greatest goalkeeper of all time! I like to come to the Library to explore different genres of books. I especially like to read graphic novels and history. I am still figuring out ideas for my project, but I would like to do something different from what I did last year.
More Teen Squad Things!
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