Help us put DVDs, CDs, and books back on the shelves. If you are looking for a volunteer option with a lot of schedule flexibility, this is a good choice for you. Before you can volunteer as a shelver, you will need to attend an upcoming Teen Shelving Volunteer Orientation. (Register here). Complete the Teen Volunteer Application and bring it with you to your orientation. After you complete your orientation, sign up for a one-hour shift to come to the library and use your new shelving skills. Trained volunteers who need a review about shift signup can view this page. We ask that volunteers limit themselves to one shelving shift per week.
Teamwork, Collaboration, & Leadership Volunteers
We have opportunities for high school students who are motivated, collaborative, creative individuals who want to share their skills and perspectives to support library services for teens. Teen volunteers will work with library staff, community members, and peers for the entire semester to develop and implement new library services and programs for youth and young adults.
Apply online – November 5 – January 5
Interviews – evenings of Thursdays, January 23 & January 30
Planning Meetings – weekly on Thursdays, 7-8:30 pm – February – April
Events & Outreach – May and early June
Teen Tech Tutors
Help adults learn how to use phones, tablets, and computers every Saturday from 10 – 11:30am in the library’s computer lab. Contact the Teen Librarians for more information.
Inclusive Social Group Volunteers
Help us spread kindness and create a safe environment for teens of all backgrounds and abilities for two hours each month. Help plan activities and make sure that our monthly meetings are welcoming and fun for all. To get involved, please fill out this form.
Help us run our popular teen Dungeons and Dragons program by becoming a Dungeon Master (DM). Weave intricate stories, fight fantastic battles, and work on your interpersonal skills all while having fun. No prior DM experience is required, but it is preferred. Click here to apply!