The Wellesley Free Library has put together a new class, “Life-Ready Basics for Teens.” Here’s the description of the sensible, skills-based program we think every teen could benefit from:
At some point in your life, you’re going to be expected to know how to do things that nobody ever really taught you how to do. Nobody can say for sure when that will be, but you don’t want to feel unprepared. Check out a new series of practical skills sessions this fall for teens aged 13 – 17. The first session, “Social Media Etiquette,” will take place after school on Monday, September 23, 3:30pm – 4:30pm in the Arnold Room (second floor) of the main library. Learn some insider tips about privacy online, know how your information on social media can be used, and discuss what you should and probably shouldn’t post to your accounts. Bring you own phones, laptops, or devices to learn hands-on how to adjust your privacy settings. Sign up required. For more information, email the library.