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Are you looking towards a career working with children?
We are looking for a creative, hardworking, and enthusiastic individual who is eager to work with children of all ages while assisting us with our summer reading program. You will be part of a team organizing and preparing various aspects of the program, working directly with our teen volunteers and representing the library at the summer reading table. 
This position is designed to give MLIS/Education students experience in assisting with program planning and learning how to provide excellent customer service while working with seasoned library professionals in an award winning public library.

Are you someone who enjoys approaching customers of all ages and cultures and can quickly help them connect with their favorite interests and information needs?  Do you like tracking down information? We're looking for a personable individual with a love of reading and broad knowledge of books, music, and movies to make recommendations. This position involves extensive interaction with the public to provide customers access to the full range of library services via in-person, telephone, online chat, and other modes of delivery.

Want to make a difference in someone's life?
Consider joining our 5-star library to assist customers in the ESL/Literacy Office by testing and evaluating adult student language needs;  providing one-to-one tutoring;  conducting group discussions;  and assisting students to use teaching software to improve their English language skills.   Will provide ongoing instruction and assistance to students and a large team of very talented and dedicated volunteers.

Are you someone who enjoys working with customers and can quickly help them connect with their favorite interests and information needs?
We are looking for a resourceful and creative individual to serve our diverse community.  This position involves extensive interaction with the public, and requires the ability to provide customer service to multiple audiences at multiple service points.  The majority of time will be spent serving youth and their families in Kids’ World and Hub (Teen) service points.
The position would work best for someone who can work well independently or with a team, shows initiative, and would like to assist with program development and delivery as needed. The position may include assisting with outreach opportunities as needed.

Are you a master in the art of a reference interview with a 6-year-old wanting books about dogs?  Do you know your kid-lit authors from Willems to Rowell (and know how to book talk them all)?  Do you like using a hot glue gun as well as a tablet? Are people under 18 your favorite demographic, but you’re just as comfortable connecting customers of all ages with their favorite interests and information needs? 

We are seeking a creative, resourceful and engaging advocate for youth to work with our diverse community. This position involves extensive interaction with the public, providing service to multiple audiences at various service points and during programs.  The majority of time will be spent working in Kids’ World, as well as serving teens in the Hub.  Kids’ World is an engaging play and learning space for youth ages 0-12 while the Hub offers a dynamic space for teens to hang out with friends, develop maker skills and learn.  Both spaces assist in providing homework help, connecting youth and caregivers with library materials and offering opportunities to engage in hands-on learning projects and experiences. 

This position is ideal for someone skilled at adapting service based on the customer’s developmental and informational needs.  Candidates must have demonstrated ability to work well independently and with a team, as well as enjoy working with youth and their caregivers.  Responsibilities will include providing reference and readers' advisory service, as well as occasionally assisting with programs and storytimes.

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