Due to COVID-19, the Library is not taking applications for new volunteers.
Volunteering offers citizens the opportunity to utilize current skills, develop new skills, acquire leadership abilities, meet their neighbors and give back to their community.
Working under the supervision of library staff, volunteers provide valuable support and assistance. Volunteer opportunities may include shelving books and media, providing homework help or providing computer instruction. We interview all potential volunteers to assess their interests and skills and place volunteers accordingly within the Library.
Becoming a Volunteer
Becoming a volunteer is easy. Adults should review the list of Current Volunteer Opportunities and then fill out the online application. Please note that all adult volunteer candidates must pass a physical and a background check. After we receive your information, you will be contacted for a brief interview so that we can match your qualifications, interests and skills to available opportunities.
Teens under the age of 18 must apply in person at the Children’s Information Desk – not online. For questions or additional information contact:
Teen Volunteer Coordinator
Established volunteers can manage their accounts by logging in with their user name and password at My Volunteer Page. You can update your contact information, sign up for new volunteer activities, view your volunteer schedule, let the Volunteer Coordinator know when you are available and log your volunteer hours.