Teen Volunteering

Two Ways to Help Your Community


Want to volunteer at the library? Here’s how!

To volunteer at the Old Bridge Public Library, you must first be in grades 6-12 and then take part in a Teen Volunteer Orientation. This orientation will last for 1 hour of community service. At the orientation, you will learn of the various things that are expected of you as a library volunteer. Once you have completed the orientation, you are able to pick additional volunteer hours by choosing from available volunteer jobs on our Teen Volunteer Board inside the library or by checking the list below and calling us at 732-721-5600 ext 5028.

Current Available Jobs*

I Survived Program Assistant: Help librarians with a special program for children based on the I Survived book series.

Hours: 2 hours

Day/Time: Saturday, January 25 from 2pm-4pm

 

Take Your Child to the Library Day Helper: Assist librarians during the library’s Take Your Child to the Library Day event.

Hours: 4 hours

Day/Time: Saturday, February 1st from 10:30am-2:30pm

 

* Please note that this will be edited to reflect jobs that have been filled as soon as possible, however there is a chance something may be taken before it is able to be updated. Jobs are first come, first served and jobs cannot be held, so if you are interested be sure to call or stop by the library as soon as possible.

Join Our Teen Advisory Board

​Volunteer for fun projects that benefit our community. Have a say in deciding what events, books, space and more the library has for teens. No sign-up is required, and teens can attend whichever projects and meetings fit their schedule. Community service time is given for meetings and events.

 

Next Meeting: February 1st at 1pm