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Going places with youth outreach

smart marketing strategies for your library

by Angela B. Pfeil

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  • 13 Currently reading

Published by American Library Association in Chicago .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Children"s libraries -- United States -- Marketing.,
    • Library outreach programs -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementby Angela B. Pfeil.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ718.2.U6 P44 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3395605M
      ISBN 100838909000
      LC Control Number2005007430

      Youth outreach programs complement National and Massachusetts curriculum frameworks and are designed for participants. Programs can be adapted for any age group, unless otherwise indicated, and last approximately minutes. After reading the information below, please complete the online Youth Outreach Inquiry with your selection. To get started, please fill out the volunteer application form and either mail it to us at: Roberts assee, FL or email it to [email protected]

      Family Place (Administration/Special Events) SPE (Youth Shelter) TLP (Transitional Living) Going Places Street Outreach Volunteer Availability (Please check a box for available times) Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 8ampm 4pm – 6pm.   Spring is Here! Prior to the start of Summer Reading Club, Spring is typically filled with planning for the busy summer months. However, this season also allows us time to evaluate existing library partnerships and motivation to create new meaningful connections in the community. When it comes to Youth Services Outreach, the possibilities are endless.

        Here are 7 simple outreach ideas to do with those in your neighborhood, town or whomever you are wanting to reach with the love of Christ. 1. Bake something. Bake a batch of cookies. Whip up a pan of brownies. Try your hand at some fancy muffins or scones. Deliver them in a basket lined with a new plaid kitchen towel to a neighbor or someone at.   Going to the movies remains a popular pastime. The continued popularity of a night at the movies makes it easy for your ministry supporters or church members to invite their friends, family and neighbors to attend your faith-based movie outreach event. Faith-based movies bring a message of hope, encouraging the Body of Christ.


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, p.: ill. ; 23 cm. Contents: What is marketing. --Marketing materials --Outreach is marketing --Online outreach --Selling your service --Preparing for the presentation --Tracking outreach --Successful library youth outreach programs --Putting it all sibility.

Get this from a library. Going Places With Youth Outreach: Smart Marketing Strategies for Your Library. [Pfeil.; Angela B.]. Get this from a library. Going places with youth outreach: smart marketing strategies for your library.

[Angela B Pfeil] -- Corporations know that marketing to kids is big business—with children influencing more than billion in family purchases each year. Research shows. While providing library professionals with guidelines for preparing a complete, comprehensive marketing plan, Going Places with Youth Outreach offers tips for getting children's attention, from where to post event flyers (child's-eye height, please) to taking story time to where restless children.

Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Pfeil, Angela B. Going Places with Youth Outreach: Smart Marketing Strategies for Your Library. Chicago: ALA Editions, © Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Angela B Pfeil.

While providing library professionals with guidelines for preparing a complete, comprehensive marketing plan, Going Places with Youth Outreach offers tips for getting children's attention, from where to post event flyers (child's eye height, please) to taking storytime to where restless children might be waiting (how about the DMV?).

While providing library professionals with guidelines for preparing a complete, comprehensive marketing plan, Going Places with Youth Outreach offers tips for getting children's attention, from where to post event flyers (child's eye height, please) to taking storytime to where restless children might be waiting (how about the DMV?) expand their outreach and nurture these new audiences.

The Going Places Street Outreach Program offers services and resources to remove youth from the street and put them on the road to self-sufficiency.

If you’re a youth who’s facing a difficult journey, we can help move you in a safe, positive direction. If you are not able to enter a shelter or return home, we will create a customized plan to help you survive on the streets.

YWAM is full of great stories of God’s work around the world. Here are 10 recent books from YWAM authors that can inspire you and your family. We Can End Bible Poverty Now, by Loren Cunningham. In this book, YWAM [ ].

Street outreach workers comb public places such as parks, vacant lots, and abandoned waterfronts to search for young people who are living out in public spaces, if not always in the public eye.

Street Kids opens a window to the largely hidden world of street youth, drawing on their detailed and compelling narratives to give new insight into the Reviews: 2. a step-by-step guide: creating an outreach plan one DEFINITION Outreach can be described as using a specific message to communicate between your group and the public for mutual benefit.

Creating and implementing a basic outreach plan for your parents’ group will help you create awareness, recruit members, and gain resources.

BONUS: An Outreach Event to Kick Off the School Year. Once summer is over, keep the outreach and gospel sharing momentum going by taking your youth group to an event like Dare 2 Share LIVE. This one-day, nationwide evangelism training event happening October 12 equips teenagers for gospel advancement in their own schools and community.

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Looking for resources for your Youth Outreach. We have a variety of items perfect for sharing the Good News with kids of all ages.

Click the items below for more information. An outside-the-box approach to youth services library outreach -- reaching the adults in your community as a means of reaching the kids -- can reap results beyond what you might imagine.

Get Out of the Library Embedding librarians in our communities. The New York Times profiles several national and global book clubs organized by Black.

Youth Place. Youth place is able to assist young people who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless and/or have barriers that prevent them from participating in the community. This program offers transitional housing to young people between the ages of 15 and 25 years for up to 12 months with weekly case management.

Youth Outreach activities they plan to participate in. Applicants are required to undertake annual youth outreach activities and may use up to 1% (equivalent to $) of the funding provided by the Ministry. Funding provided by the institution and/or partner organization may not be used for youth outreach.

Activities associated with youth. Resources devoted to helping you increase your community engagement and outreach, including: the ALA Libraries Transform campaign, outreach strategies, information on bookmobiles, how to work with community groups, universal access, and much more. Bookmobiles & Book Bikes.

Books shelved as youth-ministry: Your First Two Years in Youth Ministry: A Personal and Practical Guide to Starting Right by Doug Fields, Sustainable You. Successful outreach efforts also involve multiple strategies and often include public service announcements (such as bus stop billboards), newspaper and magazine articles, the wide dissemination of brochures, posters and palm cards that can be provided to youth or easily picked up by them in public places, and, of course, word of mouth.Outreach Work Plan It’s a good idea to establish an outreach work plan to help you structure and evaluate your outreach efforts.

Your staff members can use the work plan as a tool to ensure they stay focused and on target with their activities. Remember, there are different ways you can develop an outreach work plan, and people often use.meeting their opposed to Detached Youth Work, Outreach is seen as an extension to centre-based work, Outreach work takes place when workers who are usually centre based go onto the streets with an agenda of their own to pursue, usually to encourage young people to attend their club.