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A website for young people who want to know more, do more, and say more about the world to learn about issues related to human rights and social change. (UNICEF)
Find local volunteer opportunities at a variety of nonprofit organizations for people your age.
This site provides links to all the cities and towns in Weber County that have web sites. There are also links to a variety of Weber County government information.
This is the official website of Weber County government. Information is available on County commission meeting agendas and minutes, County ordinances, marriage licenses, job openings and applications, and many other topics.
This site provides information how to obtain a food handler’s permit, where to get STD/HIV Tests, and how to obtain local birth and death certificates and emissions inspections. Emergency response, environmental and public health information are also accessible on this website.
Stuck on a math problem? This website can help students of all ages understand math concepts. (Discovery Communications)
WorldCat searches the holdings of more than 10,000 participating libraries worldwide and indexes more than 1.5 billion articles, books, CDs, and DVDs. Searches can be narrowed by ZIP code, year, language, format and audience as well as title, author and keyword. WorldCat is particularly useful in locating out of print materials.
This site provides access to over 300 interactive medical and health videos covering many illnesses, conditions, medical tests, etc. The videos are designed for all patients and consumers regardless of their educational level, ability, or familiarity with computers.
YAHOO!Finance is a news source for thousands of publicly traded companies. This resource provides company profiles, current and historical stock prices, financial statistics and ratios, industry information, international market data, and SEC filings.
Have an iPod Touch, an iPhone or an iPad? YALSA's Teen Book Finder is a free app to help teens, parents, librarians and library staff, educators, and anyone who loves YA literature access to the past three years' of YALSA's awards and lists on their smartphone. (The Android version will be available in 2014.) (Young Adult Library Services Association, a division of the American Library Association)