Young Adult Services
The Inglewood Public Library is currently accepting applications from individuals who would like to volunteer in the library. Volunteers must be at least 15 1/2 years of age. We have openings in the following areas:
If you are interested in applying to be a Volunteer in the Inglewood Public Library, you will need to complete a Teen or Adult Volunteer Opportunities application which you can find HERE. Complete the form and email it to [email protected] or turn it in to any public desk in the library. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Once selected to be a volunteer, you will also need to complete an additional City of Inglewood Volunteer Application with specific document requirements before beginning your volunteer work in the Library. We look forward to working with you!
|College Prep |
Well on the way to achieving academic success and heading to college? The Inglewood Public Library offers a bevy of useful databases and resources to help you excel with your studies. From databases to research a topic paper to practice tests to better prepare for that tough midterm exam.
|Health and Wellness |
The slings and arrows of being a teen can be harrowing. It’s important to strike a healthy balance between schoolwork and a robust social life. It can all be very overwhelming. Fortunately, there are resources available to help you navigate that sometimes stressful school schedule.
|The Inglewood Public Library is bursting at the seams with enriching and engaging programming. Here’s a gallery of some of our exceptional patrons enjoying themselves and celebrating literacy and the value of libraries.|
Calendar of Teen Programs
Recommended YA Reading
|Come and make a difference by joining the Inglewood Library Teen Council. An ideal opportunity to earn valuable experience collaborating with other like-minded individuals while advocating for libraries and library services. A chance to work closely with the Young Adult Librarian to build the YA collection, develop relevant and engaging library programs, and other useful skills and experiences.|
|Our Young Adult Librarian is committed to serving the needs of the youth of the community and is always receptive to feedback and suggestions. Do you have a book recommendation? Or ideas for Teen programming? Then we want to hear from you. All notes and comments welcome.|
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