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Make a difference in the world. Volunteer! You can help others by volunteering at the library or for other organizations in and around Camden County. You'll feel good about yourself, and it looks good on college and employment applications!
Our volunteers work at many different tasks that enable the library to provide better service to the community. Teens are welcome to participate. Volunteers must be at least 14 years of age or participating through a youth organization, school or church in order to fulfill a community service requirement within a limited time frame (i.e. Scout or school projects). Summer reading club volunteers must be at least 12 years of age or entering the 6th grade.
For more information about volunteering, call 856-772-1636, or ask at your local branch (Locations and directions). You may either fill out our online application and print it out, or print out an application and fill it in by hand. Then drop it off at your local branch.
Want to help plan programs at your library? Meet new friends? Help decide what teen books to add to the teen collection? The Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is the place for you!
The Bellmawr, Ferry Ave., Haddon, South County and Voorhees Branches all have Teen Advisory Boards that meet monthly.
Volunteer Center of Camden County
Quixote Quest provides high school aged teens (ages 14 through 18) with the opportunity and the support to make a difference in their community through volunteering.
Twenty Ways for Teenagers to Help Others by Volunteering