The Sherman Public Library Winter/Spring VolunTEEN program is for students ages 12 – 18 and runs from January 9 through April 29. The purpose of this program is to allow teens in the Sherman area to enhance job skills, gain work experience, and grow as an individual while contributing to the library. VolunTEENs will be credited service hours for time spent volunteering during scheduled shifts.
Types of tasks and duties you might be asked to perform as a VolunTEEN: helping with Summer Reading prep, cleaning and straightening the public areas, shelf-reading books to make sure they are in order, cleaning toys and other items that are used by our guests, program/event prep, and helping us facilitate programs with the public.
All applicants will be notified via email within a week of submitting an application. If you do not receive a reply, please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Youth Librarian Cassie Wickline email@example.com.
(must be 12+ by January 31, 2023)
(This should be an email address the APPLICANT checks regularly.)
(Ex. Spring 2019 & Summer 2021)
List all of your commitments that could affect your ability to volunteer at the library during Winter/Spring 2023. Examples include vacations, school commitments, job commitments, extracurricular activities, or hobbies.
Select one response. During the winter/spring session, my goal is to volunteer for the following number of hours:
Please answer each of the following in 3 sentences or less:
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