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Monterey Sports Center
Monterey Tennis Center
Parks & Beaches
Dennis the Menace Park
Monterey Public Library
LIVE Homework Help
Arts & Education
Youth Arts Collective*
Teen Zone at the Monterey Public Library
A section of the Library reserved specifically for teens that includes reading materials, an information kiosk, work space and computer access. This page also has links for homework help, special programs, ideas for projects, and youth collections.
Try out the Library's new Homework Help Now program. Free 1-to-1 tutoring, SAT practice tests, writing help, and more. Available daily from 3-10 p.m. with a Library card. Check it out!
Ask a Librarian
The Library provides brief answers, Web sources, research help, and information about Library collections and services. To search the Catalog, renew materials, or place a hold, Checkout
The City offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for teens from special events to ongoing assignments throughout the City. Contact Volunteer Services at 646-3719.
Teen Volunteer Opportunities with Monterey Recreation
Are you interested in gaining job skills, getting an introduction to customer service while working with children in our summer recreation programs? Teen volunteer positions are available including Camp “Lots-O-Tots”, Playground and Day Camp Programs or Community Center reception area and programs. Teens must be between 13-16 years of age and complete an interview/orientation process which includes fingerprinting and TB testing. Application deadline is Friday, April 27, 2012. Space is limited! Volunteers must be willing to work a majority of the summer. For further information, please call Recreation Supervisor Shannon Leon at 646-3712 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CERT: Community Emergency Response Team
Learn what to do during a disaster, discover how you can react, assist your neighbors and survive in your own "backyard" should an emergency arise.
Community education programs - including school sites. New waste-management program matches youth groups to City recycling/waste management projects. Participating groups receive a stipend for participation. Contact Volunteer Services at 646-3719.
Teens 16 years or older who love being around children can earn money during summer by working for Monterey Recreation. More information can be found on the Monterey Recreation Seasonal Jobs page.
The Monterey Public Library may have afterschool and weekend employment opportunities shelving books as a Library Page. For more information please visit the Library Job Openings page.
Enjoy dance, photography, art, pottery, chess and cooking classes!
Come visit historic Colton Hall Museum and the Presidio of Monterey Museum!
Teens 16 and older can become volunteer guides for community service. Call 646-3991
The Bookmobile has eight stops at the community centers, schools, neighborhoods, and parks. Bookmobiles provide many of the same services as your library. You can search the Web, read a magazine (and check it out), check out books, DVDs, audiobooks etc. You can even request a book, and the Bookmobile will have it for you at your nearest stop!
Scholze Park Center
Disabled Parking Spaces
Local Gardening Clubs*
Taxi Voucher Program
See the Recreation Activities Guide for Ballroom Dancing, Love to Read Book Club, Gentle Exercise, Needlepoint, and much, much more.
Golden 55 Travelers
Protect Yourself from ID Theft (PDF)
Monterey County Health Alerts*
Earthquake Safety Tips
* = non-city organization