young adult volunteers

Volunteers Needed at Aldine Library

Hey, teens! Do you need volunteer hours for school?? We can help because

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED AT THE ALDINE LIBRARY.

REQUIREMENTS

Ages 15 & UP (with parent/guardian approval)
Reliable, Responsible, & Punctual
Ability to follow directions and work independently
Fill out volunteer application and submit.
SIGN UP IN ADVANCE!!!

8th Grade Grads Welcome!

Attention all 8th graders! Are you entering the 9th grade this fall? Would you like to help your community this summer while earning Volunteer Community Service hours for school?  The Kingwood Branch Library is now accepting applications for our Teen Summer Volunteer Program!  If you are interested, please stop by the upstairs Information Desk to pick up a Summer Volunteer Application.  For more information, please contact the library at 281-360-6804.

What Are You Doing This Summer?

With only a handful of school days remaining, you may ask yourself, "What am I going to do this summer?" Well, you may not have as much fun as Scott (left) this summer, but you can always find wonderul things happening at your library! Check our your branch's events online here or drop by the branch for a flyer.

In addition to events, you can register for the Summer Reading Program right on this website or at your library starting June 4th. Read 5 books or 600 minutes for a certificate. Ask about additional prizes and reading levels while you are at the library.

Need volunteer hours for school? Your library can also help! Talk to a librarian about volunteering at the library.
See you @ the library!

Freeman Teen Advisory Board

Monday, November 16th @ 4:30 pm

Want your voice to be heard? Want to see your ideas be put into action? Join the Teen Advisory Board!! Get volunteer hours and leadership experience (and food!) by participating in our monthly board meetings. To participate or for more information: e-mail me, call or visit us @ the Library, or leave us a comment!

Flickr CC: Sock Zombie Puppet Photo by: Erin!

Meet BOLT: Atascocita Library's Board of Library Teens

In October, we launched our very first teen advisory board at the Atascocita Library. Our Board of Library Teens (aka BOLT) will help develop young adult programs, assist the childrens department with special project and raise funds for the library. Members include (back row from left to right) Roger Thomas III, Stephanie Simpson, Nicole Edgar, Marisol Harper, (front row from left to right) Emily Dousay and Ariel Thomas. Stayed tuned for their first event entitled "Winter Wonderland" at the Winter Program on December 12th.

Volunteer @ Your Library

Emily Dousay, Atascocita VolunTeen, displays her Steampunk journal.

In April, President Obama signed the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act which, for the first time, officially recognizes today, September 11, as a National Day of Service and Remembrance. One of the best ways to honor this day is to volunteer at your local library. Want to know how?

Spring Branch Memorial appreciates our Teen Volunteers

Volunteers Ed Zhang and James Fan Volunteers Ed Zhang and James Fan did a fantastic job to ensure the kids had a great time at the end of summer Aloha party on August 7th.

To show appreciation for all the hard work done by the library's young adult volunteers throughout the summer a pizza party will be held on Friday, August 22 in their honor in the library's meeting room.

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