Student volunteer opportunities:
We welcome teens ages 13 and up to apply to become a volunteer using our dedicated Student Volunteer Application. Additionally, we host weekly Saturday group and seasonal volunteer time for students to meet and contribute volunteer hours. To volunteer on a day other than Saturday, please email Youth Services Librarian, Montana Rindahl, at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Personalized Book List
Not sure what to read next? We’ll help personalize a reading list.
President’s Volunteer Service Award
MFPL is certified to track and grant the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA), an award led and managed by AmeriCorps and Points of Light to honor and recognize volunteers of all ages who go above and beyond in their volunteer work. See our library’s PVSA Policy and download a volunteer hours tracking form!
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Personalized Reading List
Don’t know what you want to read next? Answer a few questions and one of our librarians will curate a reading list just for you!
Apply for a Student Passport Card
- Student Passport Cards are independent cards that all Comal ISD students are eligible to receive.
- Passport Cards are valid for one year and can be used to check out five (5) items from the Mammen Family Public Library.
- These cards also provide access to all of our electronic resources.
- Passport Cards do not accrue late fines, but families are responsible for replacing lost or irreparably damaged items.
- Unreplaced lost/damaged materials may result in the non-renewal of the Passport Card for the following year.
- Student Passport Cards do not replace a regular public library card.
President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA)
The Mammen Family Public Library is now certified as one of the organizations qualified to track and grant the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA). The PVSA is an award led by AmeriCorps and managed by AmeriCorps and Points of Light. It was created to honor and recognize the volunteers that go above and beyond and give lots of their time. There are yearly awards (tracked by calendar year – Jan. through Dec.) as well as lifetime awards.
If you would like to learn more about the award itself, as well as the volunteer requirements of the award, feel free to check out the PVSA website: https://presidentialserviceawards.gov/.
If you are interested in earning a PVSA through the library, email Montana Rindahl at email@example.com for more information. Please be sure to include your full legal name and age.