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  • Resume Reboot | Mysite

    Resume Reboot HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Create a resume employers will notice. Whether you are making a career change, new to the job market or planning to return after a hiatus, write your resume and our resume expert will suggest effective and marketable changes. ​ This service is offered free of charge to Waldwick residents only. Appointments are necessary. Please call 201-652-5104 for more information.

  • Museum Passes | Mysite

    Museum Pass Program HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Friends of the Waldwick Library sponsor our popular museum pass program. Residents of Waldwick who are members in good standing of the Library are eligible for free admission* to these popular museums: ​ The Guggenheim Intrepid Air, Sea & Space Museum Museum of the City of New York *Museum of Natural History ($5 per tkt) Stickley Museum Storm King Art Center Yogi Berra Museum ​ A $20 refundable deposit is required at the time of checkout and will be returned upon handing in the pass. ​ The $5 fee for tickets to the Museum of Natural History entitles the borrower to admission to one special exhibit. Although they don't take part in the program, Liberty Science Center will extend a 10% discount to Waldwick Library patrons who show their active library card. ​ ​ ​

  • Name Changes | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Name Changes The process to change your name on your passport varies depending on your situation. Please see the chart below to find the process that applies to you. ​ If .... You are requesting the change less than one year after your passport was issued ​ Then.. Please submit the following by mail: Form DS-5504 Your most recent U.S. passport Your original or certified name change document, such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order One color passport photo Please note: You will not have to submit any fees unless you request Expedited Service . You must send Form DS-5504 and supporting documents via USPS. UPS, FedEx, DHL, and other companies cannot deliver to the PO Box addresses listed on Form DS-5504. ​ You may be eligible to renew your passport by mail using Form DS-82. If you are eligible to use Form DS-82*, please submit the following by mail: Form DS-82 Your most recent U.S. passport Your original or certified name change document, such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order One color passport photo Adult Renewal Applicant fees or Child Applicant fees , depending on your age Please note: you must send Form DS-82 and supporting documents using USPS. UPS, FedEx, DHL, and other companies cannot deliver to the PO Box addresses listed on Form DS-82. ​ If... You are requesting the change more than one year after your passport was issued, ​ Then... If you are not eligible to renew your passport by mail using Form DS-82, you should apply in-person . Please submit the following: Form DS-11 Your evidence of U.S. citizenship and photocopy of that evidence Your original or certified name change document, such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree, or court order (no photocopies or notarized copies) Valid ID and photocopy of that ID One color passport photo Adult First-Time Applicant fees or Child Applicant fees , depending on your age Please note: You do not need to submit proof of the name change if your name has changed due to marriage and you present an ID issued in your new name. You must include the details of the marriage in the appropriate section on Form DS-11. If... You are already using a different name but cannot document the change with a court order, divorce decree, or marriage certificate ​​ Then... Submit the following in person at an acceptance facility or a passport agency (restrictions apply): Form DS-11 Your evidence of U.S. citizenship Valid ID issued in the name you are currently using and photocopy of that ID One color passport photo Adult First-Time Applicant fees or Child Applicant fees , depending on your age Please note: you may need to submit Form DS-60: Affadavit Regarding a Change of Name when the name you use is significantly different than the name on your evidence of U.S. citizenship, or your new name cannot be documented by a court order or through marriage. This form must be completed by two people who have known you by both names. You must also submit three certified or original public records that show you have used the new name for 5 years or more.

  • Under 16 | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Applicants Under 16 Must Appear With Both Parents In Most Cases Please note: passports issued under 16 years of age are valid for five (5) years. ​ All passport applicants under 16 must apply in person using Form DS-11 . ​ Do not sign your child's application until instructed to do so by the acceptance agent. You must provide your child's Social Security number, if they have been issued one. If your child does not have a Social Security number, you must submit a statement, signed and dated, that includes the phrase, “I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that the following is true and correct: (Child's full name) has never been issued a Social Security Number by the Social Security Administration.” ​ You must submit one of the following U.S. citizenship documents for your child. Your evidence must be an original or certified, physical copy. Photocopies and notarized copies are not acceptable. Fully-valid, undamaged U.S. passport (may be expired) U.S. birth certificate that meets the following requirements: Issued by the city, county, or state of birth Lists applicant's full name, date of birth, and place of birth Lists the parent(s)' full names Has the date filed with registrar's office (must be within one year of birth) Has the registrar's signature Has the seal of the issuing authority Consular Report of Birth Abroad or Certification of Birth Certificate of Citizenship ​ You must submit documentation that lists the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of the child applying for a passport. The following may be used to show parental relationship: U.S. birth certificate (also evidence of U.S. citizenship) Consular Report of Birth Abroad or Certification of Birth (also evidence of U.S. citizenship) Foreign birth certificate Adoption decree Divorce/Custody decree Please note: Some documents, like a U.S. birth certificate, show both U.S. citizenship and parental relationship. ​ The parents/guardians must present one of the following identification documents (IDs) to the acceptance agent: In-state, fully-valid driver's license Valid or expired, undamaged, U.S. passport Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship Government employee ID (city, county, state or federal) U.S. military ID or military dependent ID Valid foreign passport Matricula Consular (Mexican Consular Identification, commonly used by a parent of a U.S. citizen child applicant) ​ Click here for more information from the U.S. Department of State. ​

  • Digital Magazines | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS PASSPORT INFORMATION More... Libby DigitalMagazines A selection of 250+ magazine titles. Use your Waldwick Library card to make an account, borrow digitally and read on your favorite mobile device or pc.

  • Friends of the Library | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Friends of the Waldwick Library Friends of the Waldwick Library is an independent organization of volunteers who work to support library programs and services that are beyond the reach of the library's annual operating budget. In October of 2012, the Friends completed a major capital campaign that contributed $200,000 to the 1,200 square-foot expansion and major renovation of the library building. Their successful fundraising efforts over a three-year period provided half of the funding needed to construct a new meeting room, create a local history archives and gallery, and provide a space for quiet study. ​ Currently, the Friends are working to fund the summer reading program for children, a variety of cultural programs and concerts for adults, purchase of new equipment, and the popular museum-pass program. The Friends of the Library hold regular meetings in the George F. Fredricks Meeting Room. New members are always welcome. The next Friends meeting will be held on September 23, 7:00 pm.

  • Quiet Study | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Quiet Study ​ As a community service, the library makes its Local History Room available to Waldwick residents for periods of quiet study when it is not being used for its primary purpose: library-related activities. Additionally, the Local History Room may be used for meetings of nonprofit community groups that do not exceed the maximum occupancy of six persons. Nonprofit community groups are defined and limited to "those groups which are located within or have their principal business address within the Borough of Waldwick." Use of the Local History Room shall be governed by the same tenets contained in the Waldwick Library Meeting Room Policy and Waldwick Library Code of Conduct. ​ Applications for use of the Local History Room will accepted from and limited to: ​ Waldwick residents (proof of residency required) Waldwick Library ESOL tutors Nonprofit community groups of six persons or less ​ As in all other areas of the library, the use of cell phones, and the consumption of food or beverages is strictly prohibited. Use of the telephone, computer, scanning, and printing equipment located in the Local History Room is strictly prohibited by those using the room by request. ​ The Local History Room may not be reserved for more than two hours per day or ten hours per week. ​ Patrons more than fifteen minutes late for their reservation will forfeit their use of the room, unless they notify library personnel. Adopted by the Library Board of Trustees Date: October 17, 2012

  • Ebooks and Audiobooks | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS PASSPORT INFORMATION More... Ebooks Eaudiobooks magazines Ebooks Eaudiobooks Comic Books Music CDs Television Children's Ebooks Eaudiobooks Read-Alongs Use your Waldwick Library card to make an account, borrow digitally and read or listen on your favorite mobile device or pc.

  • Book Groups | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... ​ ​ Lit Wits Book Group 1st Friday of the month @ 1:00pm ​ This group reads both fiction and non-fiction selections that have achieved both critical praise and mass appeal. ​ Newcomers are always invited to join in. Books are available at the circulation desk approximately one month before a meeting. ​ Our next meeting is Fri d ay, March 1 , at 1:0 0 pm and we will be discussing I'm Glad My Mom Died by Jeannette McCurdy. ​

  • Unattended Children | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Unattended Children Policy The Waldwick Public Library welcomes children all ages to use and enjoy the facilities, collections and programs offered by the Library in a safe and comfortable environment. Service to children is an important facet of the Library’s mission.Of paramount importance is the safety and well-being of children as well as adults who visit the Library. As such, children are expected to adhere to the same standards of conduct expected from adults. Parents, guardians, caregivers or designatedchaperones are responsible for the behavior of their children while in the Library.Children under the age of ten(10)may not be left alone on the Library premises without the supervision of a parent, guardian, caregiver or designatedchaperoneage sixteen (16) and above. The Library staff is not authorized to act in place of parents, guardians or caregivers and cannot adequately monitor unattended children. Unaccompanied children over the age of ten who are disruptive will be asked to leave the library. If it is determined that a child cannot safely leave the library to return home on his or her own, staff will permit the child to call a parent, guardian, caregiver or designated chaperone. If no parent, guardian, caregiver or designated chaperone can be contacted, Library staff will allow the child to remain at the Library until the responsible adult can be contacted.Action regarding an unattended child under age ten (10) years, including contacting the police, social services, or another agency, will be taken when his/her health or safety become an issue or there is disruptive behavior in violation of the patron Code of Conduct.Children who have not been picked up at closing time will be given the opportunity to call a parent, guardian, caregiver or designated chaperone and two(2)staff members will wait inside the vestibule with the child.Children who have not been picked up within fifteen minutes after closing will be left in the care of the Waldwick Police Department. Under no circumstances will staff transport children in a vehicle or accompany them home. Approved By Board of Trustees 11/18/15

  • Teen Volunteering | Mysite

    HOME ABOUT eLIBRARY YOUTH SERVICES ADULTS More... Teen Volunteering ​ ​ ​ At this time the program is currently open to tweens and teens in grades 6-college. If you would like to volunteer, please email jennifer.kellymaloney@waldwick.bccls.org with the subject line teen volunteering. In the body of the email please include your full name, age , grade and school. Please do not use a Waldwick schools email, as the system will not allow me to send you the Sign-Up Genius sign-up link. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Please review the following guidelines before registering for the volunteer program: ​ Teen Volunteer Guidelines, updated 8/2023 ​​ V olunteering is a responsibility. All volunteers need to commit to the slots they sign up for. The children you are volunteering with are counting on you and other volunteers are waiting for open spots. All volunteers should contact Ms. Jenn in a timely manner if they need to cancel a shift. Repeated missing of your shifts will result in your removal from the volunteer program. You must sign in and out with your name and the starting and ending time for your shift. If you neglect to do so, you will not receive credit for the hours you have worked. Volunteers should not bring additional friends or children to their shift with them, numbers at certain programs may be limited. Volunteer Duties may include, but are not limited to: Set up and clean up for programs. Helping with programs. Please be prepared to participate! Demonstrate program activities to children. Checking program registration and situating registered latecomers. Preparing materials for future programs and events. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

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