Whether you are looking for Community Service hours for school or just interested in helping out, the library offers a variety of opportunities.  If you have an idea for a community service project contact Aimee at avillet (@)minlib.net or call 781-316-3204.

We are always looking for:
Voluntechies-  The library is looking for teens to help with patron basic technology questions.  Help them print, scan, save files, and search on the Internet. If you are interested, please contact Aimee at avillet (@)minlib.net or call her work phone at 781-316-3204.

Creativity and Artwork- Want to help make the teen space look better and need a few hours of community service?  Then the library is looking for you.  I always need help creating bulletin boards, displays and signs for the Teen Area.  Contact Aimee at avillet (@)minlib.net or call 781-316-3204 with questions.

Reviewers- Whether you are a writer or vlogger, we could use some book recommendations created by teens.  Teens interested in creating 30 second YouTube review or writing reviews (quick synopsis and sharing what you liked and disliked about the book) should contact Aimee at avillet (@)minlib.net or call 781-316-3204 with questions.

Teen Area Specialists- If you love the Teen Area of the Robbins Library and want to make it your special project keeping it clean and organized then this is the opportunity for you! Project would include dusting, cleaning shelves, cleaning tables, shelving, straightening shelves and keeping displays filled. Contact Aimee at avillet (@)minlib.net or call 781-316-3204 with questions.

Book Sale Help- The Friend of the Library look for volunteers for help with their book sales.  They run two a year, one around March and one in September (on Town Day).  They always need help with sorting books, setting up, and taking down.  Contact Amy McElroy at (ae65@verizon.net) or (781)-648-4109.

If you are more interested in a general volunteer position which would involve things like shelving, dusting, labeling, and similar task just contact Barbara, the head of circulation, at 781-316- 3231.

* If you are not comfortable calling the library or e-mailing, you can always drop in and ask for Aimee/ the "Teen Librarian" to talk to me in person.  

Looking for other Volunteer Opportunities?  Click here for a list of Boston Area organization looking for teen volunteers.

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