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Many people assist the Library as volunteers, and the Library is very grateful for their help. Volunteers perform a number of activities, including helping with shelving, assisting at children's activities or adult programs, offering tours of the library, preparing new materials for the shelves and more. You can find an option that suits your style and the time you have available. To get an idea of our areas of need, see the snapshot of positions below.  Some positions may not be available at a particular time. Library volunteers may be required to pass background checked before receiving an assignment. 

If you would like to volunteer at the Library

1. Review the available position descriptions

2. Submit an application

Volunteer Positions Snapshot

Backup Senior Book Club Facilitator - Lead a book club of seniors. Read one book per month and discuss it with a small group of seniors in our community.

Children's Pull Holds Aide - Assists with pulling Children's holds.

General Volunteer - Have a skill you'd like to share, let's discuss and find out what options would be available.

Computer Coach - Share your computer skills with novice computer users. Work with reference librarians to assist patrons using computers in the 2nd floor Computer Commons.

Archivist Aide - Assist the Library with various ongoing local history indexing, preservation and digitization projects.

Program and Event Support - Assist Library staff with hosting and set up for community programs. The schedule is flexible and program participants may be children, teens, adults, or families.

Roving Organizer - Straighten shelves, dust, pick up slop, look for damaged items on shelves.

Children's Services Volunteer - Long-term position assisting the Children's Department with a variety of community programs and events.  Also contributes by assisting with everyday clerical tasks throughout the year. 

Children's Shelving Assistant - Sort, arrange, and shelve all formats of materials in the Children's Department.

TECH Lab Mentors - We are looking for mentors ages 16 years and older to help lead and work with teens in the lab during open hours. Volunteers need to be interested in technology, willing to teach and learn alongside teens, and be in the lab for a minimum of 3 hours per week.

Teen Volunteers- Ages 13 - 17. Volunteers may assist with shelving, special projects, or teen activities.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Library!