Teens

If you volunteered with the library this year or last, please stop by the information desk to pick up your volunteer hours certification letter if you have not done so already. Please be advised that any letter not picked up by December 31, 2022 will be destroyed.

**There will be NO newspaper meetings in October for re-tooling**

 

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Check out this month's issue of The Monthly Laurel, our library's publication designed, created, and edited solely by our teen volunteers.

 

 

The Teen Space

 

Teen Only Hours:

Starting 6/22/22 the Teen Space is for teens only due to summer vacation.

Customers of all ages are welcome to browse the collection during teen only hours, but we respectfully ask adults and younger children to use the seating and computers in other areas of the library in order to keep this a safe and fun space for teens in grades 7-12.

Questions? Please see the Info Desk

 

Volunteers:

Thank you Volunteers, for all your help during the summer reading program. If you are interested in continued volunteer opportunities over the school year, it is recommended that you join our virtual volunteer discord server: https://discord.gg/FrM7kPhHTz and refer to the teen webpage and online calendar of events for additional opportunities. The next letters will cover volunteer hours accrued June through August and be ready for pick up the first week of September 2022.

Opportunities outside the library (age requirements may apply):
Animal Welfare Association in Voorhees
Habitat for Humanity Youth Programs
Operation Yellow Ribbon
Volunteer Center of Burlington County
Volunteer Match

 

Teen Events:

Check our calendar or follow us on Instagram @MtLaurelLibrary for info on upcoming events. Regular programs include Teen Advisory Board meetings, saturday afternoon matinee, teen newspaper, game nights playing Among Us, and take-home volunteer opportunities. In-person events have begun once again.