Santa Fe Public Library


Programs for Teenagers:

Nuestra Santa Fe Archive and Summer Program 2021

Nuestra Santa Fe is a digital and public humanities project that seeks to document community memory and promote a sense of belonging among Santa Fe residents.

Through a series of seminars and workshops, Nuestra Santa Fe will prepare ten participants to employ historical meaning-making methods and contribute to the Nuestra Santa Fe archive. Youth participants in the program will:

  • develop critical perspectives about New Mexico history.
  • understand and apply basic oral history methods.
  • practice cataloging digital archival collections.
  • engage community members and experience history as a process.
  • recognize their capacity to be leaders and produce knowledge.

The pilot 2021 program will take place from June 07–July 2, 2021. The program will likely be virtual, with the possibility of some in-person meetings depending on the COVID-19 infection rate and state guidelines.

Participants must be 15-18 years old and enrolled at Capital High School, Santa Fe High School, or Santa Fe Indian School. Selected applicants will need to fill out volunteer paperwork as required by the city of Santa Fe and complete a background check. Each participant is expected to devote 5-10 hours per week to the program and will receive a $500 stipend.

Youth who fit the requirements specified above are invited to apply for the 2021 Nuestra Santa Fe Summer Program by completing this form: Email any questions about the program to with the subject line NUESTRA SANTA FE or call 505-955-2818.

The deadline to apply is April 26th, 2021.


Homework Help

Visit the Homework Help web page or ask a reference librarian for help finding resources for homework assignments.

None for the Road Resources

None for the Road is a mandatory DWI education course for all new drivers under the age of 25 and Santa Fe Public Library has resources to help you. All libraries carry None for the Road DVDs, which can be checked out for 7 days, as well as reference copies, which can be used at the library. Additionally, the None for the Road DWI Awareness Course video is available in both English and Spanish online, through the University of New Mexico.

  • Main Library

    145 Washington Avenue
    (505) 955-6781

  • Oliver La Farge Branch

    1730 Llano Street
    (505) 955-4862

  • Southside Branch

    6599 Jaguar Drive
    (505) 955-2820