We want to hear from you! If this website—through the exhibits, oral story collection, or otherwise—has spoken to you in some way, we’d love to hear your thoughts.
In particular, we are interested in knowing:
What memory of the year 2020 do you think will stay with you?
What in 2020 has inspired...
My Community - Stories across Charlotte: Now Accepting Submissions!
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is gathering flash fiction stories from community members with the theme: what community means to you. This collection is aimed at helping library staff understand what the Charlotte-Mecklenburg...
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, in partnership with the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) and with the support of Pivotal Ventures, a Melinda Gates company, is proud to announce the launch of Engage 2020: Look Back, Move Forward.
Click here for the full engage 2020 experience....
The thought of navigating life after high school can be daunting. Is college the right fit for you? Or does your path lead to attending a trade school or stepping right into the workforce? Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is here to help you succeed, no matter which journey you choose.
In its tenth...
Hey, guys, the Iron Guy has arrived at his new location. If you've seen the last post on the old blog, then you know about the big move over to this site. If you haven't, or if you're new to this blog, let me introduce myself.
I'm Iron Guy Carl (I thought about calling myself "Iron Man" but some...
Will 2017 be the year in which you learn a new language? It can be! With your library card or ONE Access account, you have free access to a powerful language learning service called Pronunciator. This service covers 80 languages offering a range of language skills, including reading, writing,...
Shared by Tami Gosselin (fourth from right in group photo)
Write Like you Mean It is my favorite place in Charlotte Mecklenburg Library. This writing group meets every week on Thursday mornings in the Main Library on North Tryon Street. It is a safe place to practice the craft of writing, as well...
What happens after I apply for a job?
Once you submit your application, you will receive an online acknowledgement that the application has been received. Your application will be reviewed to determine eligibility and potential for interview. If you are selected for an interview you will be...
Our College & Career Connections program is designed with YOU in mind. This includes free programs and workshops by experts in the field with topics ranging from financial aid to applications, admissions essays, and even services such as free SAT and ACT practice tests offered by The Princeton...