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Technology for Teens

Technology for Teens

A Tech Adventure at the IFPL

For Ages 12-18

Ready to dive into the world of technology? “Technology for Teens” is your ticket to exploring the most exciting tech subjects!

Stay Curious, Stay Innovative, Stay Ahead with the Idaho Falls Public Library!

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What is “Technology for Teens?”

Join us for a dynamic 6-week long workshop series that’s all about unveiling the wonders of modern technology. Each session is a journey into some of tech’s most thrilling advancements!

Get ready for hands-on, interactive sessions where you don’t just learn about technology – you experience it! Each workshop is a blend of practical activities, thought-provoking discussions, and exciting challenges.

Class Schedule

  • When: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM and Saturdays from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Where: Idaho Falls Public Library – 2nd Floor Makerspace
  • For: Ages 12-18
  • Next Series: May 21st to June 29th.

Registration

This series of classes will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM and Saturdays from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM on the second floor of the Idaho Falls Public Library. Classes for this session start Tuesday, May 21st to Saturday, to June 29th*.

Sign up to attend just one of the daily sessions, then attend each week on that day until the end of the course.

Each daily session is limited to 9 students and is open to teen library patrons, ages 12-18. Classes are free, but an active library card is required. The library will provide equipment during class instruction.

Don’t wait to sign up! Spots fill up very quickly.

*There will be no classes held on May 28th.

Why You Should Join

  • Discover a new tech topic such as Drones, Coding, Robotics, 3D Printing, and more!
  • Hands-on learning with tech gadgets.
  • Network with fellow tech enthusiasts and make new friends.
  • Ignite a passion for STEM.
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    For more information about Technology for Teens, email makerspace@ifpl.org or call 208-612-8192.