What is Reading Hack?
Reading Hack is a national programme led by young people aged 13 to 24 who do reading activities and volunteering, called hacks, to gain skills and experience. Find out more
Why Get Involved?
By signing up to our Reading Hack Volunteer Pool, you will always be the first to know about new and exciting opportunities to get involved in your local library.
Being part of this group means that you will have a chance to:
• Help in your community
• Gain experience – looks great on your CV!
• Learn new skills
• Make friends
• Have your say about you would like to see happening in your local library
• And much more
There will be many ways that you can get involved. Opportunities may include helping out at library events, supporting staff in running activities at the library, and of course every year there is the Summer Reading Challenge. Find out more about previous Summer Reading Challenges here
What’s more, by being part of this group you will have a chance to have a say in what you would like to see happening in your local library for other young people - as volunteers and users.
How Can I Get Involved?
The Reading Hack volunteer opportunities are open to young people aged 13 – 24 years
Throughout the year we will be contacting everyone in the Reading Hack Volunteer Pool to tell you about any up coming opportunities. All you would need to do is let us know if you are interested in an available opportunity and we will be in touch to get you started!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more and apply.