There are lots of great resources and opportunities for teens at Delaware County District Library. Whether it’s volunteering, finding help with school or homework, or a casual place to chat, look below or ask us!
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We are now accepting applications for our summer volunteen program for teens ages 13-17. Teens should apply directly; we will not be accepting inquiries from parents or guardians.
- To volunteer at Orange branch library (7171 Gooding Blvd.), please email Rachel Rausch at email@example.com
- To volunteer at Delaware main library (84 E. Winter St.), please email Katie Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org
- To volunteer at Liberty branch library (7468 Steitz Rd.), please email Claire Ehmann at email@example.com
- To volunteer at Ostrander branch library (74 N. 4th St.), please email Amanda Henning at firstname.lastname@example.org
- For general inquiries, please email email@example.com
Our Teen Advisory Board continues to meet on a monthly basis and can be used for one monthly service hour. For more information and to register for a TAB session, visit our events calendar!
If you are looking for other volunteer opportunities, check out Connections Volunteer Center, a branch of HelpLine that coordinates the referral and placement of volunteers for more than 60 different agencies in Delaware County.
Need Help with School?
Check out these resources available whether you’re learning in a classroom, at home, or a little bit of both. The Delaware County District Library has great tools to help you learn.
Get A Library Card
A library card at the Delaware County District Library is completely free for anyone of any age residing in the State of Ohio. Sign up for yours to get access to our amazing digital resources, free tutoring website, and other books and materials.
Find Your Next Favorite Book
Let us help you pick your next book. Tell us the last few books that you read and enjoyed, what aspects you liked about them, and what you want us to steer you toward (or away from) for your next title.
Teen and tween programs at the Library range from book clubs and writing clubs to DIY and how-to hands-on sessions. Our annual Great GeekFest Comic-Con is one of the highlights of our year for teens and all ages. Can’t find anything for you coming up soon? Check out our YouTube page for one of our Maker Studio tech programs or a crafty video.
The Delaware County District Library serves as the public information provider for our community, using traditional and innovative technology to encourage curiosity, free inquiry, and lifelong learning in a friendly environment.