Volunteering at the library is a rewarding experience! The library accepts volunteers from the surrounding community to fulfill a variety of tasks. Students 15 or older who must complete service hours as part of their courses can apply for volunteering at the library. Students may also request mentoring or complete volunteer tasks as part of their senior projects. Fill out a volunteer application today!
Adult Program: Volunteers tutor individuals 16 years and older who speak English and are out of high school. Materials and space provided. Tutoring times are flexible. Commitment: 2-3 hours per week.
Children's Program: Volunteers tutor small groups of children twice a week for an hour each day. Structured curriculum. All materials provided. Commitment: September through December or February through May.
Submit a New Tutor Info Form online or in person at the Literacy Office. Contact the Literacy Office for training dates or additional information at (562) 868-7738 X7820.
Students 15 and older and adults can help out with various tasks. Schedules are flexible and based on the hours the library is open.
Learning Curve Homework Center Volunteers
High school students are encouraged to volunteer at the Homework Help Center located in the Library. The Homework Help Center is open from 3-5 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Please note: The Library is not currently accepting court referral volunteers. Please contact Police Services for this service.
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