What is Community-Led Learning?
Community volunteers who are passionate and knowledgeable about their interests are invited to develop and deliver activities and programs. In Felton, the focus will be on these areas for adults: Environmental Sciences, Local History, and Art. Suggestions in other topic areas may also be brought to Felton Branch Library staff.
Community-Led Learning places the interests and skilled contributions of community members and local organizations in the center of neighborhood library life in order to become more reflective of and connected to the San Lorenzo Valley community.
How can I get involved?
The process of leading relevant programs at the Felton Library begins with filling out a simple form describing a program or activity you would like to volunteer to present for adults (click the Apply Now button at the bottom of his page, or ask for a program proposal at the library front desk).
The Felton Community-Led Learning team will review all suggestions. Team members include Felton Library Friends representatives, SCPL staff, and volunteer Community-Led Learning Coordinators specializing and deeply networked in the following areas: Environmental Sciences, Local History, and Arts and Crafts. The team collectively decides which activities in each of the three areas will be implemented. For topics outside these areas, the Felton Librarian will consult with the volunteer.