Volunteer Opportunities at the Library
Library volunteers can help process library material, shelve books, help with office tasks and special library events.
Circulation Department Volunteers
Adults interested in volunteering should complete the Volunteer Application. Completed applications should be returned to the circulation desk. Circulation volunteers must be trained by a library staff member before beginning work. Someone will contact you once your application is reviewed.
The library is not accepting any “court ordered” community service workers.
Students in sixth grade and up can volunteer at the library. Teen volunteers are needed to assist at the children’s Summer Reading, storytimes and other programs. They can also can earn volunteer hours through Teen Service Club.
Teens under 18 that would like to volunteer should complete the Teen Volunteer Application. Completed applications should be returned to the circulation desk and the Volunteer Coordinator will contact you by email with additional details. Check the Teen Volunteers webpage or visit the circulation desk for applications or to find out more information.
Presidential Service Awards
The President’s Volunteer Service Award recognizes Adults and Young Adults who have performed at least 100 hours of service over a 12-month time period. Teen Volunteers ages 12 to 15 perform at least 50 hours of service.
Michael Eby and Tami Taylor
Rochelle Brown, Emily Dunn, Michael Eby, Ann Kolodzey, Barbara Rhodes, Eliza Thomson, Kristina Winter
Emily Dunn, Michael Eby, Catherine O’Toole
Amber Francis, Anne Gorman, Catherine O’Toole, Mary Vinciguerra
Catherine O’Toole, Marissa Donlerie, Pat Dunlap