Resources available in print at QC:
- Braun, L. W. (2003). Technically involved: Technology-based youth participation activities for your library. Chicago: ALA
- Driggers, P. F., & Dumas, E. (2002). Managing library volunteers: A practical toolkit. Chicago: American Library Association.
- Fink, Megan. 2015. Teen services 101: a practical guide for busy library staff. Chicago: ALA.
- Gillespie, K. M. (2004). Teen volunteer services in libraries. Lanham, Md: VOYA Books.
- Harrod, K., & In Smallwood, C. (2014). Library youth outreach: 26 ways to connect with children, young adults and their families. Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company.
- Holt, L. E., & Holt, G. E. (2014). Success with library volunteers. Santa Barbara, California : Libraries Unlimited
- Tuccillo, D. P. (2005). Library teen advisory groups. Lanham, Md: VOYA Books.
- Not at CUNY yet: Smallwood, C., & Sanborn, L. (2016). Library volunteers welcome!: Strategies for attracting, retaining and making the most of willing helpers. Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc.
Some online resources discussed yesterday:
- YALSA grants: Not just for volunteer programs, but for anything. Remember to check it out and start applying for some of the opportunities for students!
- LSTA at the State library
- Local organizations: Check your community profile! Remember how Syntichia Kendricks-Samuel is running a year long program through a Best Buy grant? Sometimes your best allies are around the corner!
- Youth Service America
- Grantwatch and the Foundation Directory to help you find organizations beyond the LIS scope