We’ve got all the usual things that libraries have:
We’ve also got:
- programs just for you
- book recommendations
- free online tutoring from HelpNow
- an eLibrary of books, audiobooks, movies, and music for your device
- Digital Studios where you can create your own masterpieces.
- GoPros, digital cameras, and other equipment you can check out.
Looking for new music?
Stream good songs and albums commercial free with hoopla! All you need is your library card!
Need some homework help?
Get live online tutoring: Tap into HelpNow from Brainfuse for free homework help, skills-building, and writing assistance from certified tutors, daily 2-11 p.m., English or Spanish. Totally free just because you have a library card. For reliable and easy-to-access information, check out our databases.
The application process for Teen Volunteers for summer has concluded. No additional applications will be accepted. Applications for volunteering during the school year will be available September 15.
For further information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Debbie Colodny, Teen Volunteer Coordinator, 847-362-2330 x1175.
Become a Teen Tech Tutor
Are you good with technology? Can you explain new technology to others? Then we’ve got a good gig for you. In this ongoing program, teens help adult patrons at the library figure out their tech problems with email, attachments, social media, and the library’s e-collections. Sessions are held Saturday mornings at Cook Park Library and Saturday afternoons at Aspen Drive Library. We keep a roster of volunteers so it’s not an every-week commitment unless you want it to be. Download an application, fill out and submit to the Adult Services desk at Cook Park or the Reference Desk at Aspen Drive. Any questions, send an email to Mark Morton at email@example.com
Already a volunteer? See your current schedule and hours.