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    • Community Outreach Services
      John Q. Student
    • Mission Statement
      To create relevant library services for Adult Learners, Adult New Readers, and Persons with Disabilities
      To develop closer relationships between Carriage Public Library and community groups
      To implement outreach programs in the surrounding communities
      To provide staff training
    • About the Library
      Consists of 10 libraries
      Four central libraries with in-depth collections
      Six neighborhood branch libraries
      Bookmobile
      Digital library
    • Special Events & Programs
      Deaf History Month: May
      National Literacy Month: September
    • Branch Libraries
      Bayview Branch
      Kent Road Branch
      Milford University Branch
      Morningside Branch
      Weeping Log River Branch
      Wilderness Beach Branch
    • Community Outreach Programs
      Adult literacy
      Correctional facilities
      Elderly adults & nursing homes
      English as a Second Language (ESL)
      Persons with disabilities
      Persons without homes
      Senior citizens
    • Volunteering Guidelines
      Previous experience is not necessary
      Mandatory health screening
      Must complete initial volunteer training
      Must be available for at least nine months after training
      Must volunteer at least twice a week for four hours each week
      Be available to train other volunteers
    • Volunteer Opportunities
      Literacy Tutors
      Computer Instructors
      Children’s Hour Story Tellers
      After-school story hour
      Bookmobile story hour