Youth Access Card provides pathway to learning

Thirty thousand students in Beaverton have a special card that unlocks a world of possibility — their library Youth Access Card! 

This special library card allows students to check out up to five print books or audiobooks from any one of the sixteen Washington County Cooperative Library Services library locations. Visit the library website for the most current ways to check out books from your library:

Looking for ways to connect from home? The “Access” part of the Youth Access Card means students can get, for free: 

– Online Homework Help: Online tutoring with subject experts, available every day, 1-10 p.m. 

– Kanopy Streaming Video: Stream educational and entertaining movies and TV shows! 

– eBooks & eAudiobooks: Listen to and read books on your device.  

– TumbleBooks: View and listen to animated talking picture books. 

– Mango Languages: Learn another language! Mango features 70 languages. 

Want one of these handy cards? Everyone through age 17 who lives or goes to school in Washington County is eligible. Are you a student in Beaverton School District? You may already have a Youth Access Card! Call the library at 503-644-2197 for information about your card or to find out how to set one up.