"Digital Literacy" is the ability to use computers, tablets, and smartphones to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information, requiring both cognitive and technical skills. These 8-week classes will introduce children and teens to a Windows 10 laptop computer using fun, interactive, and engaging instruction and software programs. All classes are taught by a professional librarian.
Space is limited to 14 students in each class.
Registration - May 28 - June 10, 2019
All applicants will be notified by June 15.
We need you!
All ages are encouraged
The Inglewood Public Library is currently accepting applications from individuals who would like to volunteer in the library. Volunteers must be at least 15.5 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!
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|Inglewood Stories - A Mural by Michael Massenburg, 2014.|
Inglewood Stories is a mural exploring the cultures, histories and hopes of our city. Drawing on Library archives, photos and letters, artist Michael Massenburg reflects Inglewood's diversity and working and family lives through images and text. The colorful permanent mural is acrylic paint over photo transfer on vinyl sections. The 30 foot by 30 foot mural is designed for the Main Library's Atrium. His public art asks: What is your Inglewood Story?
For more information about public art at the Library or in Inglewood, please click HERE.