The 2022 session of Teen Volunteer League has ended, but teen volunteering opportunities are still available thoughout the school year.
Virtual Teen Councils
Teen Councils meet weekly on Zoom throughout the year to work on library projects, plan fun events and make friends across the county. All youth ages 13-19 are invited to attend either weekly session. Share your voice and help shape library services while earning volunteer hours for your participation!
Mondays at 3:30pm or Thursdays at 4:00pm
For more information and to sign up, email us at email@example.com
Teen Volunteer League is an annual summer program for youth ages 14 - 18. Gain skills and experience, make friends, and give back to your community!
Meet with other teens online to create the library community you want to see, all while building your resume, earn volunteer service hours, receive training and learn job skills from home.
Contact TeenVolunteers@piercecountylibrary.org if you have questions.
At least 30 hours of community service
Resume support and job skills trainings
Mentorship from library staff
Access to community resources
Create book reviews, book-talks, and themed booklists
Create Instagram posts
Write blog posts
Facilitate a virtual program or meeting
Teach a skill or activity
Teens ages 14 - 18 invited to apply!
Some technology and internet access required to send and receive e-mails. Meetings will happen twice weekly over Zoom and volunteers will collaborate using free online tools with librarian support.
Off-line alternatives for meeting attendance and online participation may be provided.
Teen Volunteer League is generously sponsored by the Pierce County Library Foundation.
Tel: 253-548-3300 Fax: 253-537-4600 Washington Relay TTY: 711
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