Reading Riot: Calling Teen Volunteers!

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We Want You pointing fistFauquier County Public Library is looking for a few good teen volunteers to help with our annual Summer Reading Program.

Volunteering of your time is a great way to gain valuable work experience, earn service hours, meet graduation requirements or simply fill the need to give back to your community. And what better place to give back than the library!

So think about your talents. Are you good with children? Do you like working with arts and crafts? Take great photos? We need volunteers with those skills and many more! Volunteers might help children and parents register for the summer reading program or show them how to log their gamecards online. We might need help with crafts, programs and clerical tasks. We couldn’t make the summer reading program successful without the help of our teen volunteers!

Volunteer applications are available online and at any Fauquier County Public Library and must be returned no later than Saturday, April 30, 2016.

Selected volunteers 13 years and up will be contacted to set up an interview time and orientation.

Speaking of the summer reading program – watch for details about what’s coming this summer when children and teens will Read For the Win! Registration begins June 1; programs begin June 11.

Help us make the 2016 Summer Reading Program explode with fun! Watch for more details on the summer reading program online or at any library location.

If you have questions about volunteering, contact:

Warrenton Library, Jennifer Schultz, (540) 422-8516

Bealeton Library, Ann McDuffie (540) 422-8535

John Marshall Library, Deborah Cosby (540) 422-8527

∼ Ann McDuffie, Youth Services Librarian, Bealeton branch library

Want to stay informed about books, websites and events for teens and young adult readers? Check out more from Reading Riot.

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