Notice: If you are a Youth Volunteer who previously used VicNet to sign up for shifts, please check your email for instructions on logging in to MyImpact.

Please email youthdesk@glenviewpl.org, opens a new window for Teen Volunteer questions, or refdesk@glenviewpl.org, opens a new window for Adult Volunteer questions.

Opportunities for Kids & Teens

Summer Volunteer Opportunities (grades 6-12)

Applications are now closed. Please check back in August for an opportunity to become one of our School Year Youth Volunteers.

If you have questions, email youthdesk@glenviewpl.org or call 847.729.7500.

Volunteer Login

Approved youth volunteers can login to MyImpact to view volunteer opportunities.

School Year Youth Volunteers (grades 6-12)

If you’re friendly, patient, and enthusiastic about working with children, sign up to become a volunteer at the Glenview Public Library! Youth In-Person Volunteers MUST be in Grades 6-12 and a Glenview Village resident or attend a school served by the Glenview Public Library to apply.

Applications are currently closed. Please check back in August for more information.

New! Teen Advisory Board (grades 6-12)

Five middle school and five high school students will be selected to join our Teen Advisory Board to help make decisions for the Library and plan and run a quarterly event with Librarians. You MUST be a Glenview Village resident or attend a school served by the Glenview Public Library to be considered. All time spent doing Teen Advisory Board Advisory work will earn service credit hours. The Teen Advisory Board is no longer accepting applications for 2024 but we would like to thank all those that applied. We will be opening up applications for our 2025 board in November 2024. Congratulations to our present board members!

Opportunities for Adults

Court Ordered Community Service (teens & adults)

If you are looking to complete Court Ordered Community Service hours at the Glenview Public Library, please fill out an application. Our Community Service Coordinator will be in contact to schedule a brief meeting to discuss your needs. Anyone under 18 years of age must bring a parent or guardian to this scheduled meeting.

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