Volunteering at Central Library's Homework Club supports our local community of children from Kindergarten - 8th grade. We seek to help children enjoy learning, think critically and approach problems creatively. Our environment is fun, creative, and supportive. We seek to instill inquisitiveness and love for learning. Do YOU enjoy learning THAT much? Share your love of learning and become a volunteer at Homework Club!
Thank you for your interest in tutoring at Central Library's Homework Club!
BECOME A HOMEWORK CLUB VOLUNTEER
TEENS - Must be at least a Sophomore in high school and in good academic standing. Complete the Youth Volunteer Application Form. Application forms are also available at the Children's Desk. Drop off application at the Central Library's Children's Desk Attn: Denise Dien, Homework Club Program Coordinator. Or, request to receive a special upload link before sending application here.
Selected applicants will be notified by email and invited to attend the Homework Club Training Workshop. Attendance to the training workshop is mandatory before serving can begin. The training workshop is held once a month, on the first Wednesday of the month. Additional training may be offered at the start of fall and winter semesters, dates TBD.
ADULTS - 18 years or older. For adult application process, please contact Monica Miltko at (714) 375-5114. All adults 18 and over must pass a background check paid for by the volunteer. Adult application can be picked up through Monica Miltko. For additional information about the Homework Club volunteer program see here or contact Denise Dien