Freckleton Library – Culture Hack opportunity for young people aged 11 – 17 Years
If you love reading and are able to regularly commit to sharing your passion for books with others a few hours each week, then volunteering to be a Reading Hack would be a great opportunity for you.
Every year the Lancashire Reading Journey generates the need for reading hacks to help keep young people reading and motivated.
The benefits of volunteering are:
• A chance to share your skills and interests with others
• Take part in an introduction programme with support from a designated member of staff as a contact for assistance and feedback
• Gain training, new skills, new experience and receive support
Before applying – Please note – you will require a reference from a teacher who has known you for at least one full term. If you are unable to speak to your teacher (during school holidays) we will accept another recognised adult in a similar role i.e. youth groups, Scouts, Brownies etc. Please talk to a member of Freckleton Library staff before applying for further guidance.
• Helping children to read/chose books
• Planning and promoting library offers and events
• Assisting and running a variety of activities
• Other activities-in agreement with staff at the library
• Log your volunteering hours on-line
What we are asking for from you
• Attendance at an agreed time
• To behave in accordance with library rules and regulations
• To comply with the Volunteer Acceptable Use Guidelines
• Be a good listener & communicator
• Have patience and understanding
• Be friendly and approachable
• Be reliable and committed to providing a good service
Volunteers may be asked to complete the required training.
Required Age:11-17 years
Preston Old Road, Freckleton, PR4 1PB