Find your community online.
The Library’s Teen Discord server (PCLTeens Discord) is an online space for teens — guided by your experiences and input! Connect with library staff for resources and suggestions, cheer your peers, and find your community with channels for books, homework support, trivia, events, hobbies, pets, and more!
Discord makes connecting to resources and community easy and fun – even outside the library!
What is Discord?
Discord is a social media and messaging app used to connect and hang out with other users on an online server. This allows users to plan activities or events, share information, and respond and react to content shared by other users in the server community. Discord is available to use in-browser, or as an app.
Library staff use Discord to share information about library events and volunteer opportunities in the community, answer questions, connect with teen councils, and even host virtual Discord Voice Channel/Video events to enjoy from home. PCLTeens is an online hub to offer easier access to library resources!
Joining PCLTeens Discord
Choose a unique username and profile to use when interacting on the server.
- Next, fill out the application.
Once your application is reviewed, you will receive an invite to the server.
If You Haven’t Been Approved
There are a few reasons why you may not be approved to join PCLTeens. Some of these may include:
- You are not within the age range of 13-19. Discord’s terms of service require users to be 13 or older. PCLTeens is a teen-only server for community safety.
- Your application was not filled out in full. Please check that you have responded to all required questions.
- Applications are reviewed on a weekly basis. Send us an email to check on the status of your application.
Conditions of Use:
All Library policies and guidelines apply to this online space.
Applications are reviewed by Teen Services library staff before server access is granted. Teen services staff act as moderators during library hours, but teens can reach out to staff moderators with questions or concerns by sending a direct message.