Teen Volunteers Needed for the Block Party!

Teen Volunteers Needed for the Block Party!

Teen volunteers
Friday, May 03, 2019

Teens going into 6th grade and above are welcome to volunteer at the library over the summer. This is an excellent way to get ahead on next year's National Junior Honor's Society requirements, pad a resume or job application, or just keep busy. Regular volunteers will need to go through an orientation and set up a schedule. Orientation counts as one hour of service. They may call the Youth Department and ask for Jami, our Teen Coordinator, or send Jami an email at jami@lansingpl.org. We expect volunteers to work well independently after training. Teens are responsible for tracking their own hours. If you need a letter of recommendation, please let us know as early as possible.

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Streaming Your Way to Entertainment! (Registration required.)

Streaming Your Way to Entertainment! (Registration required.)

Limit 5.  Registration required.

Location: Study Room 2

Learn about different streaming services: what they are, how they work, and how you might be able to cut down those cable bills!

 

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Fri, May 3rdTeen Volunteers Needed for the Block Party!

Teens going into 6th grade and above are welcome to volunteer at the library over the summer. This is an excellent way to get ahead on next year's National Junior Honor's Society requirements, pad a resume or job application, or just keep busy. Re...

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