Libraries have always been integral in educating literacy teachers at the undergraduate level. Learning how to educate school-aged children includes instruction for future teachers about how to access books and resources that will supplement their pedagogy in the classroom. Uniquely, the training of these teachers happens with two different libraries in mind, the public library and the university library. This poster presentation communicates the ways that literacy methods instruction for undergraduate teachers can be supported by strategic use of a university curriculum and materials center, with an education-specific librarian, and the local public library. Using one university's example, this presentation will share ideas for both public and university librarians as they partner with university faculty to provide career-long services for future teachers. Included in the poster will be a broad range of ideas from Family Literacy Night participation and librarian/faculty course co-teaching to teacher card privileges and resource access training. Triangulating the use of these three entities, university, college classroom, and public library, has shown significant benefits for all parties, as well as community members who profit from the future teachers' use of the resources and training. The poster will clearly demonstrate how the triangulation of these partnerships function and how they all work together to support the full literacy training of the future teacher.