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Make a Difference at Your Library

Due to COVID-19, we are currently not accepting new volunteers for opportunities hosted within the library building. All applications will be held on file for one (1) year from the day the Library resumes regular operations. In the meantime, virtual volunteer opportunities are available for interested applicants.

Please note that this list does not guarantee open availability. The library will keep applications on file for one (1) year; within that time frame, staff may contact applicants with follow-up details regarding volunteer opportunities.

We regret that we cannot accommodate court-referred volunteers at this time.


Virtual Volunteer – Content Translator: Translate Library documents into languages other than English and Spanish, including but not limited to: website pages, brochures, flyers, and posters. Learn more.

Virtual Volunteer – Creative Contributor: Contribute photographs, illustrations, and/or creative written content that may be used on the Library’s website and/or social media. Learn more.

Virtual Volunteer – Library Ambassador: Utilize social media to share information with community members about the Library and its services and programs. Volunteers will be provided with specific content to share and promote. Learn more.

Virtual Volunteer – Program Assistant: Assist Library staff with the execution of live Digital Programs by moderating communication within the chat section of Zoom and facilitating viewer conversation and participation. Learn more.


Ready to apply? Fill out an application!

There are many benefits to volunteering at the library!

  • gain work experience for future jobs
  • show community involvement for college and scholarship applications
  • fulfill your school’s community service requirements
  • meet new people
  • contribute to your community

Teen Volunteers do a variety of jobs at the library, including helping to prepare crafts, creating book displays, typing book reviews, and other interesting projects for the library.  They also have great ideas, and they may assist the Teen Librarian by suggesting new materials, and brainstorming ideas for teen events.

Here’s how to get involved:

  • Check with the Young Adult Librarian at the branch to see if there are volunteer positions available.
  • Teen Volunteers need to be at least 12 years old and must complete a special application form (.pdf).
  • When we receive your application the teen librarian will set up an interview with you.
  • Please be willing to work shifts of 1-2 hours per week for at least 3-6 months.
  • Schedules are worked out on an individual basis and may be worked around vacations and other commitments.
  • For more information contact your teen librarian at your library.

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