Interested in volunteering at the Library? Attend one of three upcoming Teen Volunteer Open Houses to be eligible. Open Houses will cover registration, responsibilities, and schedules.
– Wed., 9/18: 4-5 pm in the Lovell Room
– Sat., 9/21: 10-11 am in the Lovell Room
– Mon., 9/23: 5-6 pm in the Lovell Room
We have a variety of volunteer opportunities for teens and adults at the Stratford Library.
Help the Stratford Library Board with a variety of fundraising activities and events–the Annual Book Sale, Library Mini Golf, an escape room and more!
Teen volunteers learn responsibility and valuable job skills. Library service hours can count for community service requirements for school, church, or civic groups upon request. There are a limited number of teen volunteer slots available.
Children’s Department Summer Programs
Teens entering grades 8 to freshman year of college may apply to assist with Children’s Department summer programs. Teens must be self-motivated, responsible, and should enjoy working with children. Registration and orientation are required. Contact Caitlin Augusta at 203-385-4165 for more information.
Teen Services Department
Teens entering grades 8 to freshman year of college may apply to volunteer in the Teen and Circulation Departments throughout the year. Teens work independently helping with a variety of clerical tasks. Teens must be self-motivated, responsible, and detail-oriented. This volunteer opportunity is perfect for teens seeking workplace experience before their first job. Registration and orientation are required. Contact Teresa Neville at 203-385-4167 for more information.
Teens entering grades 9 through freshman year of college may apply to volunteer in the uCreate Space throughout the year. Teens will work both independently and in a team environment. Teens must have an interest in emerging technologies, be self-motivated, and responsible. uCreate volunteers will: receive training on a variety of equipment and technology; assist with programs like 3D Printing for Beginners and uCreate: Play! sessions; and provide one-on-one equipment/technology training for Library users of all ages. Registration and orientation are required. Contact Chris Bacchiocchi at 203-385-4164 for more information.