Get Involved: Volunteering and More
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With a growing number of mentorship programs and opportunities to be a leader in the community, the library regularly manages 40-50 volunteer spots for students to take advantage of. Take a look at just a few of the things the library is doing to increase the value of community through community service:
- Mentoring Programs. The library runs mentoring programs that match peers to students in grades 1-6, grades 6-10, and aging adults who need help with their mobile devices. To learn more about this type of program, view our Fall 2021 Match Form.
- Be a Book Reviewer. We offer volunteer hours in return for completed reviews written by teens. When you request a book from our blog, Spoiler Alert, you will be able to keep the copy provided to you after you complete the review.
- Create your own opportunities. You can make new opportunities to volunteer through our Teen Advisory Board.
If you have any questions about these programs, you can email the Young Adult Librarian at [email protected] for more information.
Join the Teen Advisory Board and meet once a month in the afternoon to work on volunteer projects, help plan teen events, and help to select teen books, movies and other materials. Have fun and get community service credit at the same time. If you are interested, email the Young Adult librarian at [email protected]. You may also fill out this form, but will not receive an immediate response.
Do you have an idea for a teen program?
Are you a teen who has an idea for a program? Or a parent or teacher with an idea? Contact the Young Adult Librarian at [email protected].