Teen Services Associate

Teen Services Associate

Troy-Miami County Public Library continues to grow and expand to provide services to our community!

We are looking for a part-time associate to work with pre-teens and teens. Duties include, but are not limited to planning, implementing, assisting, and evaluating library programs and services, which fulfill the diverse educational, recreational and personal needs of local teens. Additional duties include providing reference assistance, creating book displays and other artistic displays, and working public services desks. 

Community Outreach, Senior Manager

Community Outreach, Senior Manager

We are looking for a community-minded individual to oversee the library’s outreach efforts in the community by maintaining effective relationships with community officials, leaders, organizations, media, the public, and the staff. This senior manager demonstrates the willingness and ability to serve as a leader and manager and possesses excellent interpersonal, customer service, and decision-making skills. 

Holiday Hours

Troy- Miami County Public Library and the Oakes - Beitman Memorial Library in Pleasant Hill are closed December 24, 25, December 31, and January 1, 2020, for the holidays.

The Local History Library is closed Monday, December 23 through Wednesday, January 1, 2020. Services can be arranged by appointment only. Call 937.335.4082 for more information.

The Troy Bookmobile is off the road from Friday, December 20 through January 5, 2020. 

Catch the Reading Bug!

Spring Session | March - April 2020

Registration for Baby & Me Laptimes, Toddler & Me Storytimes, Preschool Storytimes, and Family Storytimes will begin on Monday, March  2, 2020, at 9 a.m. 

You can use the online links below or call 937.339.0502 ext. 128 to register. For more information about all youth programming see the attached brochure. 

10 a.m. Baby & Me Laptime         11 a.m. Baby & Me Laptime

One Book Many Communites - Community Read

Vote here or visit your local library before September 30! 

 We want your help to determine the best choice for One Book, Many Communities. This annual event unites readers from 22 public, academic and school library systems in Champaign, Clark, Darke, Delaware, Miami, Morrow, Preble and Richland counties as they experience the same book through a variety of entertaining discussions and programs.

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