Help lead a middle school book club!
Albany Public Library
The Albany Public Library is partnering with Edmund O'Neal Middle School and Project Lit to run a virtual book club for middle school aged students.
We're looking for volunteers who can take part in the meetings, encourage the students to participate, and act as a role model. Volunteers are not expected to lead the meetings.
Book club meetings will occur every week on Thursdays from 11am-12pm.
Volunteers will be expected to do the reading for each week, as well.
We're ideally looking for diverse and/or younger volunteers who can connect with the students.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Albany Public Library
161 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12210, US
Every day, Albany Public Library strives to educate, entertain, and empower our community.
The Albany Public Library consists of 7 branches in the City School District; Washington, North Albany, Bach, Arbor Hill, Pine Hills, Howe, and Delaware. You can visit the 7 branches for books and DVDs, music and magazines, classes and workshops, computers and Wi-Fi, tutoring and tax assistance, arts activities and technology programs, study spaces and meeting rooms, movie showings and musical performances, book clubs and author talks, and so much more. Volunteering is vital to the health of the library and the community by providing much needed support to the youth and adults who rely on library services. Volunteers gain the skills and knowledge to help with their professional career and personal life. Student volunteers gain community service credit and valuable job experience.