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The Webstars is a paid youth internship program in Marin County. Founded in 1999 at the Marin City Library, the program now provides hands-on training and work experience at three locations, West Marin, South Novato, and Marin City.

Through Webstars, teen interns build skills they need to pursue careers in technology, libraries, and STEM education. Webstars learn facilitation/tutoring skills, job skills, Design Thinking, process-based learning, maker tools, program design, and emerging media including 3D printing, VR, and coding. While onsite, they serve as technology tutors at the library, facilitate and design maker and STEM education activities, and demonstrate virtual/augmented reality for visitors of all ages.

At South Novato:

Interns working at the South Novato Location will be working primarily inside of “The Shop” which is a space located directly adjacent to the South Novato Library for the public to use during for a variety of crafts including sewing, painting, woodworking and more. Interns working here will primarily be assisting patrons with their projects and teaching them how to use the space. Patrons range in all ages and it is important for interns to know how to interact with all of them. We do not require you to already know any of these skills before applying, we just ask that you are willing to learn.

Important information:
The Shop can be a loud and dusty space at times. For any questions about working here please email 


Here are some useful links (They will be updated on a regular basis, so check back often!):


GCFLearnFree - Computer training site with a wide variety of curriculum. This site can be used for self-paced learning or WebStar assisted learning. This is the curriculum used for the Library classes. - Another site that can be used for self-paced learning or WebStar assisted learning. - A resource that has compiled over 200 tech resources.

Multimedia/Music: - Popular site to find new music and upload music.

SoundClick - Site where you can find up and coming bands and groups. You can also listen to custom beats made by different individuals. You can just listen or upload your own music.


Marin City Health & Wellness Center - Local health clinic.

Women Helping All People (WHAP) - A local agency that serves the community in a variety of ways. They have a computer center for classes, as well as other programs.

Marin City Community Services District - The local government of Marin City

Homework Help:

High School Hub - an easy answer to all your homework problems. The High School Hub has help in almost every subject high school kids take.

GoMath - is an internet site that helps you with your math homework. They have professional math tutors that break down the math problems you type in, within 24 hours.


FirstGov- An easy way to access many government websites. 


Health Finder - if you have any questions about your health

Fun & Games:

MSN Games and Cartoons - Do crossword puzzles, play board and card games, or find your favorite comics and political cartoons.

Local Schools:

Tamalpais High School

Redwood High School

The Branson School


College Board - Helping High School Students find that perfect college. The College Board has a step-by-step preparation plan on deciding what the best college is for you.


The Techie One - Computer repair, website design, network installation and troubleshooting.


Vogue - One of the top industries in the fashion business.


MaxPreps - A High School Sports website, with team stats and standings from different teams in California. 


Yahoo Chat - a site that has different links to different types of chats


Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - Financial aid for college students. You can apply for grants, loans, and work-study.

History on Violence:

Crimes -history on different crimes

Crime Prevention - information on how to prevent crimes