Parkland Community Library will be closed until further notice.

There will be no curbside pickup and no returns accepted. 

We have been notified that one of our employees has been exposed to the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. As such, employees working at Parkland Community Library may have been exposed to this virus. 

Returns- Please hold your returns until we reopen, or they can be returned to another LCLC library. Fines will not be issued during this COVID-19 closure. 

Holds- Can be picked up when we reopen. Notifications will not be resent. Items will be held for 4 business days after we reopen.

Staff may be reached by email. General questions please email info@parklandlibrary.org. Children: kids@parklandlibrary.org Young Adults: teens@parklandlibrary.org Adults: adults@parklandlibrary.org

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Parkland Community Library is taking measures to ensure the safety of our employees during this coronavirus outbreak, including disinfecting workspaces, working remotely, hosting virtual events, offering curbside pickup, and quarantining returned books. For more information on COVID-19, including symptoms and treatment, visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov

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Volunteer opportunities are suspended until further notice. See our COVID Statement HERE

Due to the continued uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, PCL is taking precautions. In person volunteering is being put on pause. 

There are now new Virtual Teen Volunteer positions now available. Applications are being taken until May 31st, 2021. If you have any questions please contact teens@parklandlibrary.org.

In-person volunteer opportunities are suspended until further notice. See our COVID Statement HERE

Get professional working experience and community service hours for your resume! We accept mature students entering 8th grade in the fall age 13 and older.

This year we are offering virtual seasonal volunteer positions. Virtual teen volunteer positions are an opportunity for you to support the library community, and to gain experience working in a professional environment. The virtual teen volunteer program can be listed on college resumes and counted as community service hours for school, religious organizations, scouts, etc.

Become a volunteer in two easy steps.

1) Download and fill out the application here 2021TeenVolunteer-VirtualTechAssistant.

2) No in person applications are being taken at this time. Please email your applications to Amanda at teens@parklandlibrary.org

 Virtual Tech Volunteer Description 

Virtual Tech Volunteer - Assists Library staff with helping patrons navigate computer and tech related questions, including social media, smartphone apps, email and other duties. 

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Duties and Responsibilities:

  • • Creating various social media accounts 

  • • Navigating MS Office and Google Workspace 

  • • Saving documents to a thumb drive 

  • • Basic keyboard shortcuts 

  • • Downloading and using apps for Apple and Android 

  • • Creating email accounts 

  • • Using Facetime, Skype, and Zoom 

  • • Recognizing marketing and spam emails 

  • • Other tasks as assigned 

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • • Currently in, or entering at least 8th grade in the fall of 2021 

  • • Able to commit to 1-2 volunteer hours per week 

  • • Able to work independently and carry out assignments to completion 

  • • Advises supervisor when unable to keep the scheduled commitment.


Page Last Updated: 2020-03-08