Huntington Beach Central Library
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Phone: (714) 375-5107
Volunteers are needed to assist with:
Teens (ages 12 and up) can volunteer to help out during the library’s Summer Reading Program in a variety of ways. We will accept applications during the month of May.
Our new Story Time and Reading Volunteer program : S.T.A.R. is a program for anyone interested in working with and reading to children. S.T.A.R. Volunteers are trained in early literacy principles and story time structure, so they can conduct small group story times during the day at the Library. Our S.T.A.R. volunteers supplement our regular story times, giving children another opportunity to engage in reading. Must be at least 21 years old.
Interested volunteers may fill out an Adult volunteer application or contact the Children's staff at (714) 375-5107.
Teen volunteers are needed year-round to clean, straighten, and shelve books. Teens are also welcome to read aloud to children one-on-one or in small groups throughout the year. A Shelving and Read-Aloud Workshop is held for prospective volunteers on the first Wednesday of each month at 4pm in the Tabby Storytime Theater. New volunteers are required to attend one of our workshops before starting. Volunteers must be at least 12 years old and willing to work at least 2 hours a month.
If you would like to attend one of our workshops, please leave your name and phone number on the Volunteer Sign Up Sheet at the Children's Desk or call us at (714) 375-5107.
The volunteer workshop consists of a review of the Huntington Beach Library Children's shelving system and policies, and a tour of the children's department and pre-shelving area. A short, simple alphabetizing test will be given after the meeting.
Volunteers are required to check in at the Children's Desk. A record of your volunteer hours will be kept on file for ONE year. Copies of these hours are available on request.
Volunteer Service hours are a great addition to job resumes and college applications, PLUS you may be able to get extra credit at your school.
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