In Person & Independent Teen Community Service Opportunities
Are you a student in grades 6-12 who needs community service?
The following opportunities are now available and open to East Providence residents!



Teen Community Service Mondays (In Person):

Join us Mondays starting October 3 at the Weaver Library for drop in community service opportunities. We will always have bookmarks ready to be made, but other service activities may also be available. This recurring drop in program runs from 5:30-7:30pm, and while you do not need to register, please plan to stay for at least one full hour on the days you attend. If you have any questions, contact Danielle Skeldon, Teen Services Librarian, at dskeldon@eplib.org or by calling 401-434-2453.



Book Reviews and Book Art (Independent):

Read a book from our Young Adult collection (Juvenile chapter books are also acceptable for students in grades 6-8) and write a review to help other teens find a great book to read! Reviews must be a minimum of 150 words. You may also design a piece of art inspired by the book (poster, alternative book cover, short video, etc.). You will earn three hours of service for each approved submission (limit two per student, per school year). You can drop off book art or reviews at Weaver Library or Riverside Library with this form. Submit your finished digital book art or review along with the form to Danielle Skeldon, Teen & Reference Services Librarian, at dskeldon@eplib.org.  Forms must be completed and all submissions approved before service hours will be given.


Young Adult Books

Graphic Novels and Manga

Teen eBooks

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Use your library card to access online help with homework, studying for an exam, or understanding today’s lesson.  Math, Science, Social Studies, and English – all levels including AP.

Tutor.com tutors are available through our website (Kids page & E-Library) every day from 2:00-10:00.