The library offers plenty of volunteer opportunities for students in grades 7-12. All prospective volunteers must attend an orientation meeting, held 1-2 times a month. Register on our calendar or contact email@example.com for more info.
Volunteer Guidelines & Paperwork
Are you one of our prospective or current volunteers? Links to volunteer paperwork can be found below. Please allow up to one week for the receipt of a volunteer letter.
2022-2023 Volunteer Guidelines
Community Service Opportunities 2022
Community Service Letter Request Form
Special Volunteer Opportunities
Read a Book, Write a Review program (2 hours per book review)
- Read an age appropriate book from the Teen or Tween collection and fill out a short review online
to be used on our website and teen Goodreads account.
Documentary Film Review program (2 hours per film review)
- Review a documentary film for us to upload onto our new website. Find the review form on our
website for more details. If you need help selecting a film to view please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Citizen Science with iNaturalist (1 hour per 10 observations)
- Use the iNaturalist app to log photos of wildlife and plants in your area. Select a suggested ID for
the organism and let the community peer review it as a contribution to science! Email a photo
of your log to email@example.com for credit. Every 10 observations (including an ID attempt)
counts for 1 hour of service.
Teen Survey 2022-2023 (can be completed once per July-June year)
- Twice a year we have organized beach cleanups in collaboration with the North Shore Land Alliance. These are off-site events requiring permission slips.