Welcome To The New York Public Library
Connect with your community by using our meeting rooms, bookmobile & Outreach Services, as well as our computers & WiFi, One-on-One Technology Help, free notary public, a variety of online services available in the library and from home.
welcome to the new york public library
New York Public LibraryHomework Help - The Bronx Library Center needs volunteers to assist weekdays during after school hours with a variety of subjects. If you enjoy helping children and can offer 2 hours each week in any subject please fill out an application to be considered. Jewelry-making Volunteer Feeling crafty? Do you want to share your love of jewelry-making with others? A craft teacher / jewlery maker is needed to run a volunteer program for adults at our Morris Park Library on Saturday mornings or Tuesdays from 1pm to 2pm. Please fill out an application to be considered. Event Volunteer Assist at events at the Stephen A. Schwarzman Library and New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Volunteers needed for both day, evening and weekend events. Very flexible schedule but you must be over 21 years of age. Information Desk Volunteers are needed on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and weekends at the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. Requirements include experience in a dynamic public information setting, passion for the mission of NYPL, and familiarity with the Stephen A. Schwarzman building. Distributing audio guides and conducting visitor surveys are key elements of work at the desks. Proficiency with computers and tablets is essential. Bilingual candidates are preferred, but all are welcome. By email (download the PDF, fill it out, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Students at participating schools need only one card to use both their school library and public library. That provides bigger borrowing access to books, ebooks, DVDs, databases, and more. From research projects to recreational reading, MyLibraryNYC expands students' options. With enhanced public library privileges such as extended loan periods and increased item borrowing limits, MyLibraryNYC helps facilitate a love of libraries and learning.
Anyone who lives, works, or studies in New York City qualifies for a New York Public Library card. Click here, or visit any branch of the public library with your MMC ID and get an NYPL card with a barcode and PIN. From anywhere in the world you can tap resources to add to your teaching and research