Looking for teens that love STEM!
Would you like to spark a love for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in students grade 4-8? We are looking for a high school student eager to work as part of a team of teen volunteers who assist librarians, planning and implementing virtual STEM programs. We will be using materials from our maker cart - a mobile, self-contained makerspace. If you are looking for a lot of fulfilling, rewarding volunteer hours, this is the assignment for you!
*Please note this is a virtual volunteer opportunity.
About Los Angeles Public Library
630 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071, US
The Los Angeles Public Library provides free and easy access to information, ideas, books and technology that enrich, educate and empower every individual in our city's diverse communities.
The Los Angeles Public Library is largest public research institution west of the Mississippi.
With more than 70 branch libraries and Central Library subject departments serving millions of Angelenos on a yearly basis, our programs are supported by thousands of volunteers in a variety of capacities. Whether providing one on one literacy tutoring, cutting out craft supplies for story time activities, helping serve summer lunch at the library, or serving as a Friend of the Library, all volunteers play a role in the work of LAPL.
If you would like to volunteer, but don't see a listing that matches your interests, please contact your local branch or the Volunteer Engagement Office. Opportunities and needs vary by location and fluctuate throughout the year.
Please note that the minimum age for volunteers is 14 (with the exception of 11-13-year-olds joining Teen Councils), minimum time commitments are required for most opportunities, adult volunteers working with children will be fingerprinted, and LAPL does not accept court-mandated community service.
14245 Moorpark StreetLos Angeles, CA 91423
September 15, 2021
- Must be at least 14
- Very flexible schedule for current virtual volunteering. Volunteers can continue with virtual participation or they can transition to helping with in-person outdoor library programs for children and teens, as opportunities become available.