Charlotte Mecklenburg Library volunteer Surabhi Kaushik shares how writing and volunteering changed her life.
Each summer, the Library is excited to welcome community teens into our branches to participate in our Summer VolunTeen program. Interested in a beneficial VolunTeen experience for yourself or someone you know? Read more.
Motivated by a passion for literature in her community, 18-year-old library volunteer Bre’Anna Clinkscales is a proud example of how a relationship with your Library leads to success. As a VolunTeen at the University City Branch, Bre’Anna is heading to Duke University in the fall of 2018.
There are only three weeks left in our Summer Break: Read, Learn, Explore program! Have you met your reading goals? There is still plenty of time to live your summer to the fullest.
More books in a child's home leads to higher reading scores, better academic performance and results in greater opportunities in life. That is why the Library has again partnered with WAXN-TV to collect new and gently-used children’s and teen books through the 64U Books for Kids book drive.
The holiday season is a time of giving, and Charlotte Mecklenburg Library offers many opportunities for volunteers to give back...even if you want to make volunteering one of your New Year's resolutions.