Calling Teen Volunteers for Mini Golf!
The library needs Teen Volunteers to assist at the Mini Golf Children’s Program on Tuesday February 21st, 2023! Volunteers will be helping children through nine holes of Mini Golf, moving from spot to spot, and participating in games and crafts. Teen Volunteers must be available for the ENTIRE program, from 5:30-8:30pm.
“Think Like the Banned” Community Service Project
Periodically the Library holds Donations Drives (Food Drives, Clothing Drives, etc.). Items donated to these Drives need to be transported to their intended locations. Teen Transporters would be contacted periodically to pick up the donations that were dropped off at the library, and transport them (in their own or their family’s car) to local food pantries and other organizations that help individuals in need. Approved Drop-Off Location addresses would be provided. Teens would earn 3 hours of community service credit per transport.
Teen Tech Tutors
In the Tech Tutor program, teen volunteers will meet in the Tech Center to teach library patrons how to use their mobile devices and answer simple computer questions. The program typically takes place on the first and third Thursday of each month, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Two to four tutors will be scheduled for each session. Teens will earn community service credit.
If you would like to Volunteer, please apply here: https://forms.gle/Zgp8cy3y5WkdTAy16
And have your parent/guardian fill out this Consent Form: https://forms.gle/6q5zqHTKmCsYmz1JA
In addition to filling out the forms above, all tech tutors must receive training prior to volunteering at the Teen Tech Clinic. Training sessions are held periodically throughout the year. The first one is coming up on Friday, September 30th, from 6-7pm. You can indicate your interest in attending the Training session when you fill out the Teen Tech Tutor Application, linked above. Teens who completed training will be eligible to volunteer in Teen Tech Clinics at the library, starting in October 2022.