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Teen Volunteer Workshop
Interested in volunteering at the library?
Need to earn community service hours?
Want to build your resume for colleges/jobs?
Come to our Teen Volunteer Workshop to learn about five resume worthy opportunities: MPL Photographers, Window Artists, Event Planners, MPL Advertisement Team, and Purchasing Managers! Registration is required: http://bit.ly/Feb2013Volunteer
Open to teens in grades 6-12. For more details, read below:
Enjoy photography? We need pictures of our events and arts & craft samples for our newsletter and Facebook pages.
Position Requirements: Able to handle a digital camera and take steady/clear pictures of people and objects for our Facebook pages. Must be dependable to arrive to events signed up for and follow directions. Digital Camera will be provided, if needed.
Time Commitment: Flexible. Sign-up for events and craft photo sessions when you are available.
Paint a window around the library to advertise our programs and brighten the Children’s Room with a design inspired by a preselected picture book.
Position Requirements: Paint one or more windows. Must be responsible with the paint and clean up supplies before leaving.
Time Commitment: Flexible. We paint windows every season and you’ll have multiple opportunities to come in and paint.
Enjoy creating events for your peers? We have a budget, a large room, and endless possibilities!
Position Requirements: Responsible for creating a teen event, from idea conception to program implementation. Must be willing and able to run the event with your fellow planners.
Time Commitment: 1 hour meeting a month, plus event preparation, set-up, facilitation, and clean-up. Events are planned for vacation weeks and the summer. You do not need to participate all year.
MPL ADVERTISEMENT TEAM:
Have an artistic eye? Interested in creating ads for upcoming programs? Have fun coming up with quick catchy lines? We could use you for our advertisement team!
Position Requirements: Familiarity with Facebook, Twitter, and comfortable using a design program (Publisher, Adobe, Paint, etc.) Must be able to adhere to deadlines.
Time Commitment: 1/2 hour meeting a month for assignments, plus the time it takes to complete your work (but this can be done at home unless you need your hours verified).
Love to spend money? Enjoy giving recommendations on great books to read, games to play, movies to watch, or CDs to listen to? This is the job for you!
Position Requirements: Become a collection specialist in your favorite area. Must be willing to use professional magazines and websites to make your recommendations of new releases.
Time Commitment: At least one hour a month hunting for good recommendations (this can be done at home unless you need your hours verified). Once a month, meet the YA librarian to discuss your list.
|Where||Marlborough Public Library 35 W Main St, Marlborough, MA 01752|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:00 pm–7:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Teens|
More About Marlborough Public Library
The Marlborough Public Library is a resource devoted to the education of the local community through books and public programming throughout the year. Director Margaret Cardello and her staff are on hand to help with any of your library needs. The collection includes books which can be borrowed for three weeks at a time, as can music. Movies are available (with a library card) for one week rentals.
Other events here
- Fine Free Wednesdays are Back at the Library Weekly on Wednesdays, 9:00 am–8:30 pm
- Preschool Pals Weekly on Wednesdays, 10:00 am–10:45 am
- Parent & Teen Babysitting Meet & Greet with Speed Interviews! Sun, Jun 9, 2:00 pm–3:00 pm
- Marlborough SEPAC Monthly, 9:15 pm–10:45 pm