Our Teen Services staff is dedicated to serving students in grades 6 through 12. Here is a list of just some of the many services and resources we provide for our teens:

  • Readers' advisory and curated book lists
  • Fun programs and events
  • Community Service Opportunities
  • Free WiFi
  • Space to study and relax with friends
  • Online resources and homework help
  • Books, Audiobooks, Graphic Novels/Manga, Video Games, and more!
  • Take-Home Kits: GoPro, Dungeons & Dragons, & LilBits

Young Entrepeneurs Craft Fair
Saturday, December 7
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Multicultural Room, lower level

*Vendor applications
 due Saturday, November 30. Open to students in grades 4-12.

If you’ve ever made something cool and thought, “I could totally sell these,” we need you for CHPL’s third annual Young Entrepreneurs Craft Fair!  Fill out our vendor application, attach a few photos of your crafts, and return it to the Youth Services Desk by Saturday, November 30, 2019.

Friends of the Library Annual College Scholarship

Attention all Cherry Hill High School Seniors!
Friends of the CHPL College Scholarship Applications are now available. 
Deadline: December 27, 2019 by 5:00 p.m. Apply Today! The Friends
 will be awarding three awards: 1 $1,000 award and 2 $750 awards.

Download the Friends Scholarship Application for eligibility requirements and instructions on how to apply.
Contact Jennifer Thiel at jjguyette@hotmail.com with any questions.  

Bookworm Scholarship from Bold.org

Bold.org, a student scholarship platform, is awarding $1,000 in scholarship funding to current students in 9th grade or above who shape their goals and worldviews through the books they read.Our scholarship is called The Bookworm Scholarship, and it supports avid readers of any book genre. Students at any educational level high school and above are eligible. Applicants must only be bookworms whose ambitions have been strongly influenced by the books they read. While not required, working or volunteering at libraries, organizing book clubs, or engaging with the literary community in other ways will be a plus on student applications. Application deadline is January 1, 2020. For more information and to apply, visit https://bold.org/scholarship/the-bookworm-scholarship/


For more information, come visit us upstairs at the Youth Services desk or call us at (856) 903-1229.
If you're interested in volunteering with us, our teen librarian, Melissa Brinn, can be reached at (856) 903-1208 or mbrinn@chplnj.org