Montgomery Library’s In-Person Teen Volunteer Program for Fall 2023 is open!
The In-Person Teen Volunteer Program begins on October 1, 2023 and ends on June 1, 2024.
The Montgomery Library’s 2023-2024 School Year teen volunteer program is open to students in grades 6-12. While applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, submission of an application does not guarantee acceptance into the program as space is limited and dates/times of opportunities vary.
Volunteer opportunities at Montgomery are:
Volunteers will be responsible for shelf-reading and organizing an assigned portion of the collection. Tasks could also include refreshing displays, organizing book carts, and dusting shelves. Applicants that are new to this role will be required to complete training and take a shelf-reading test prior to volunteering. This position requires attention to detail and an ability to work independently. Volunteers should commit to a steady schedule of a 1 hour shift per week with a maximum of 2 shifts per week. Adopt-a-Shelf will be held in seasonal sessions (Fall: Oct 2 – Dec 16; Winter: Jan 8 – Mar 16; Spring: Mar 25 – June 1.) Space is limited to 26 volunteers per session.
Volunteers can expect a variety of tasks like cleaning toys and furniture, preparing craft materials, assisting with programs, helping set-up displays and decorations, and more. The desired volunteer qualities for each task varies but overall this position requires volunteers to follow instructions from staff and execute tasks as directed. Dates/times vary and opportunities may occur approximately 3-10 times per month. Volunteers register for opportunities and are scheduled on a first-come-first-serve basis.
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Contact information for inquiries regarding volunteering at Montgomery branch: