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Cyber Clubhouse: Teens

Cyber Clubhouse: Teens

Join us for daily virtual Club programming!

The Club may be closed, but here online our Blue Doors are Wide Open for fun! Follow the schedule below, hour by hour, or mix it up! Make sure and click on the special greeting from our staff for a new message each day!

Wednesday, April 1, 2020


    Special greetings from the West Orange Branch!


    • Quote of the Day
      ”Never say, I can’t, always say, I’ll try.”
    • Word of the Day: Nurture
      To supply with nourishment
  • 3:00 - 3:30 PM


    Leadership Exercise

    • WordArt
      • Look up the different characteristics of a leader, and think of words that define you.
      •  Write all of those words down.
      • Visit WordArt >> to create your own word cloud.
      • Print out the poster, or save it to your phone.
      • Word Cloud Example >>
  • 3:30 - 4:00 PM


    • Education: Math Magic
      Get Stared >>
    • Career Development: Job Interview Attire
      • The more important thing to consider when you’re dressing for a job interview is that you should look professional and polished regardless of the type of position you’re seeking. Even though your interview attire depends on the role you’re applying for, no matter what the position, you should go to the interview looking neat, tidy and well-dressed. Generally, a job interview calls for you to wear professional or business attire. For men, this might mean a suit jacket and slacks with a shirt and tie or a sweater and button-down. For women, a blouse and dress pants or a statement dress is appropriate. You can also incorporate some modern style trends into your outfit. All interviewees should consider color when selecting an interview outfit and avoid wearing anything too bright or flashy that will distract the hiring manager.
      • Hiring managers can spot someone who is nervous and uncomfortable. Your discomfort may come from those new shoes you bought yesterday. The hiring manager doesn’t know that. They may assume you are nervous due to inexperience or other reasons. When deciding what to wear to an interview, pick your clothes to help you win the job. Your attire should compliment you. Don’t wear brand new clothes. Wear an outfit that is tried and true. Break in new shoes at least several days before the big day. And remember, don’t forget to remove the tags!
  • 4:00 - 5:00 PM


    Spell out your name and do the exercises that correspond to each letter.

  • 5:00 - 5:30 PM


    Goal Setting: SMART Goals

  • 5:30 - 6:00 PM


    Follow along with BGCCF’s very own Ms. Cheryl in this tutorial!

  • 6:00 PM



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