Teen Volunteering

Teen Volunteering

Students are reponsible for keeping track of their volunteer hours and opportunities are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Questions? Email Jasmine at jriel@chplnj.org.


Be Featured in a Teen Newsletter

​Subscribe to our monthly Teen e-Newsletter (select "CHPL Teens").

Cherry Hill Teens (grades 6-12) can earn community service credit by conitrbuting to our monthly teen e-newsletters. Submissions we accept include visual artwork, video performances, community service projets, and more.

Learn more about how to get featured in a teen newsletter.

Email any submissions to Jasmine Riel at jriel@chplnj.org.


Submit a Teen Book Recommendation
Teens in grades 6-12 may recommend a YA or Middle Grade book to earn community service credit. If accepted to be published in our monthly teen newsletter or social media, teens will earn one (1) hour of community service credit for each book recommendation.

Book recommendations are spoiler-free teasers that are designed to help others decide whether they would like to read the book. Teens can submit written book recommendations or short videos.

Learn about the requirements for teen book recommendations.

Submit your recommendation with this online form.


Teen Activity Board

We are NOT currently accepting applications for new members. Please check back in 2021.

Our Teen Activity Board (TAB) is the voice of our young adult community here at the Cherry Hill Public Library. TAB is a selective group of teens in grades 7-12 who assist the Library's Teen Department. We offer assistance at various teen programs, create fun displays and book lists, and brainstorm events for the Library's teen community. 


Volunteer Resources for Teens

Looking for other ways to get involved in your community? Here are some resources to help you get started:

VolunteerMatch
Habitat for Humanity
Red Cross Youth
Animal Welfare Association

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