The Teen Collection currently houses 1,223 popular, bestselling and award-winning hardback books and audio. The collection is updated with an average of 25 new titles each month keeping it fresh and current.
Teen Community Service
Teens have excellent opportunities to earn community service hours as volunteers at The Wimberley Village Library. To be eligible for this program teens must be 13 – 17 years of age. All volunteers are required to fill out an application and acquire two teacher references. Eligible teens will have completed the application, interview and training process before earning community service hours. Certificates of completion are awarded at the end of summer programming or during the school year when earned by teens.
Teen Volunteer Programs
The general duties of teen volunteers are assist with shelving, straightening shelves, displays and special projects as assigned. Teen volunteers work 2 to 3 hour weekly shifts. Volunteering is a great opportunity to gain work experience, earn community service hours, serve your community and learn about the library.
Teens wanting to volunteer during June and July will need to attend two summer prep sessions beginning in the latter part of May. Teens are encouraged to apply as set-up and tear-down for the fast-paced children’s programs like Wacky Wednesdays! Story Time and Hands on Fun. Teens can also volunteer as solo shelvers, assist with special projects, or ride as a group on the Library’s July 4th Float.
Teens wanting to volunteer during the school year are eligible for positions like shelving and set-up and tear-down for children’s programs like Story Time and Discovery Fridays during and after-school hours.
Applications are available year-round and online for interested teens. Signed and completed applications may be returned to the circulation desk at the library.
Questions? Contact Pat Galvin at email@example.com or call 512/847-2188, ext.109
TEEN SATURDAY WORKSHOP results with Johnny Villarreal (The Edge of Imagination)
This is a stop motion animation compilation created during a Teen Saturday Workshop at the Wimberley Village Library in Wimberley, Texas. During the workshop teens learned about the process of stop motion animation and created their own paper puppets for their sequences.