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Teen Zone

Events, homework help, and resources for enriching every teen's world.

The Chesterfield Township Library has many volunteer opportunities for teens. We strive to offer tasks that are accessible to a wide-range of teens. Whether you need volunteer hours for school or are just looking to be more active in your community, the library would be pleased to benefit from your time.

To become a volunteer, fill out the Teen Advisory Board application. Send your application to teens@chelibrary.org. Once submitted, our Teen Librarian will reach out to discuss volunteer tasks, including training, dates, and times to complete in-person tasks.

We are looking for teen volunteers to complete these tasks:
Tasks Hours Earned Details
 Book Review  0.5 Hour Per Review Write short reviews about books to be  displayed near books on the shelves. Reviews can be emailed to teens@chelibrary.org.
 TAB Meeting  1 Hour Attend and participate in Teen Advisory Board meetings.
 Attend Teen Library Program  1.5 to 2 Hours Attend a teen program at the library.
 Shelf Cleaning  1 to 3 Hours Clean and dust book shelves in the youth and teen area.  Hours will vary.
 Create Program  3 or more Hours Help create and plan a teen program under the guidance of Teen Librarian.
 Create Book TikTok Video  1 Hour Help create videos for TikTok.
 Create Book Lists  1-3 Hours Create booklists of materials around a theme.

Events Calendar

New York Times Bestsellers for Young Adults
Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) Book Finder





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Tutor.com is an equalizer, a tool that gives every student, regardless of his or her economic condition, the opportunity to be successful. Adults will also appreciate Tutor.com's resources for career development and business topics. With a 24-hour turnaround time, the drop-off resume writing service will be essential to many job seekers.

Whether your dream is improving your grades, acing an exam, graduating High School, attending college, or finding a job, Tutor.com will help you achieve your goals. Tutor.com provides homework help for K-12th grade, intro-level college, adult learners and job seekers.

  • Support in over 40 subjects and test prep areas
  • One-to-one, on-demand homework help and tutoring
  • The Princeton Review SAT/ACT essentials test prep
  • Self-study tools such as practice quizzes and flashcards
  • Fully vetted educational and job search resources
Tutor.com is paid for through the Chesterfield Township Library's membership in the Suburban Library Cooperative, and made available through every public library in Macomb County, Harper Woods, and Troy, in order to provide every individual equal access to opportunities for academic success.